"Fly, Golden Arrow, Pt. 1" as written by Daniel Kevin Crannitch, Daniel Robert Pash, Mark Peter Harding and Joel Thomas Crannitch....
We met down
Beside the old lake where my soul drowned
The clear night sky
Revived the distrust in your eyes

But oh Caroline
Here lies a love
That we both swore would not die

Well she just frowned
She said 'It's much to late for that now'
With your head down
And rise the song from which you came

And oh paradise
Is a life
That we both know you won't find now

We said hello in late December
We parted ways that very spring
Too much of love is like the weather
Without the rain the sun won't sing

Oh
And now there nothing goes

We said hello in late December
We parted ways that very spring
Too much of love is like the weather
Without the rain the sun won't sing

It won't sing (x8)


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