I don't know where
I don't know how
But I only know
that one day
we'll be together again
And I don't know where
I don't know how
But I only know
that one day
we'll be together again

It's been a long long time
since I left you all alone
But you know I had to go
Far away from you

I'll walk in this wasted land
No one to take my hand
Tell me why you came that way
I don't know why

I don't know where
I don't know how
But I only know
that one day
we'll be together again
And I don't know where
I don't know how
But I only know
that one day
we'll be together again

Siden jeg gik fra dig
Føles tiden lang og hård
men jeg tror jeg kommer mig
for tiden læger sår

Jeg ved ikke hvor
ved ik' hvordan
men jeg håber kun
at do en dag
vil være hos mig igen.
Nej jeg ved ikke hvor
ved ik' hvordan
men jeg håber kun
at do en dag
vil være hos mig igen

I don't know where
I don't know how
But I only know
that one day
we'll be together again
And I don't know where
I don't know how
But I only know
that one day
we'll be together again

But I only know
that one day
we'll be together again
And I don't know where
I don't know how
but I only know
that one day
we'll be together again


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Together Again Lyrics as written by Ralf Kappmeier Thomas Alisson

Lyrics © Downtown Music Publishing

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    I think that this song is about when a couple splits, and one or the other person faces pain.

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