"Someone You Once Knew" as written by Ennio Morricone and Philip E. Galdston....
Soon the leaves will fall
I'll watch the lonely moon in the sky
And when dawn breaks, I'll listen for your heartbeat
But what I'll hear is your last goodbye
The saddest sound of all

We'll meet again, we'll stare and then
We'll smile and speak as strangers do
And all I'll be to you is someone you once knew

I know every line
The way your eyes shine in the dark
You'll take your fire, your tenderness, your strength
And the memories here in my heart
Are all you'll leave behind

We'll meet again, we'll stare and then
We'll smile and we'll stop and speak as strangers do
The love we made will fade away
You'll wave and as you turn to go, I'll know it's true
All I can be to you is someone you once knew



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"Someone You Once Knew (Vocal Version of Main Title)" as written by Philip E. Galdston Ennio Morricone

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