It's been a while it seems so long
I still remember when we were young
Living our lives as one - always

You had to stay I had to go
Leaving was hard but I hope you know
You've been a part of me - always

Even though it's been so long
My heart is telling me keep strong
'Cause I know I'll find you

I am far from my love
Round the world
But I never will forget
So I wish on a star
To be right back in your arms
And I pray high above
To be right back where you are

Now I'm back and I believe
Everything's different now you'll see
We'll be together now - always

Even though it's been so long
My heart is telling me keep strong
'Cause I know I'll find you

I am far from my love
Round the world
But I never will forget
So I wish on a star
To be right back in your arms
And I pray high above
To be right back where you are

Sorry I have to leave again
Never intended it to end
Until we meet again - always

I am far from my love
Round the world
But I never will forget
So I wish on a star
To be right back in your arms
And I pray high above
But I never will forget
So I wish on a star
To be right back in your arms
And I pray high above
To be right back where you are


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