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Artist: Clark Anne
Clark Anne Author
Album: Hopeless Cases (1987)
Clark Anne - Hopeless Cases Album
Song Title: Leaving
Genre: Rock
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Remember me for what I was
Not as I am now
I'll merge into the shadows
I'll disappear into the rain

Remember me for what I was
Not as you see me now
I'll walk out into tomorrow
I'll melt into the sun

Remember me for what I was
A glance in your direction at the right time
A smile breaking into a crescent moon
A word of reassurance

I'll protect myself
Against the cold lash of tongues and lies
I'll blend in with the crowd
I'll disperse into the stream
I'll fade into the darkness
I'll turn and walk away

Remember me for what I was
As one world breaks in two
I'll follow my own stricts
I'll forge another path

Remember me for what I was
Not what I couldn't be
Remember me for what I was
And shall never be again

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