I know not the words to make you stay,
Yet they are engraved on your face
This secret language, I cannot speak,
Only whisper on the breeze.

My breath, these tears, my cries, all curled up inside.
Haunting apparitions that are hidden to the dark light of day.

Our destiny shall arrive, someday Angel,
I will come to you.
Our fates shall coincide, one day, my child,
I will come for you.

Cruel means took you far away from here,
Yet your ghost has inspired me.
I shall walk in shadows under the sun
Awaiting your faithful call.

My breath, these tears, my cries, all caught up inside.
Celestial apparitions that are shaded in the dark light of day.

Our destiny shall arrive, someday Angel,
I will come to you.
Our fates shall coincide, one day, dear child,
I will come for you.

What once was lost is now found deep inside of your soul
Cry out for me and I will return to you.

Our destiny shall arrive, someday Angel,
I will come to you.
Our fates shall coincide, one day, dear child,
I will come for you.

I will turn to you

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Return To You Lyrics as written by MELISSA FERLAAK, MARIO HOLLY, JAN VACIK

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    Melissa Ferlaak wrote this song as a memorial to her niece Teagan Ferlaak, who was tragically killed in 2001. She was only 4 years old.

    [source: reflectionsofdarkness.com]

    MrScrat12on January 05, 2011   Link

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