What's Become Of Us

アーティストValerie Carter
作詞Richard Bell, Valerie Carter
作曲Richard Bell, Valerie Carter
Books in shelves collecting dust
Photographs fade and turn to rust
Like the sun setting into dusk
What's become of us

Tenderness all disappeared
Promises all broken
On my own with these souvenirs
And a heart that's broken

There's an empty moon clinging to the sky
Radio's worn-out lullabies
Remembering that last goodbye
What's become of us

Do you remember when
I was at your gate
I was so timid then
That I seldom made mistakes
We were so much younger then
Lovers and the best of friends
Thought love would never end
But it does

There's an empty moon clinging to the sky
Radio's worn-out lullabies
Remembering that last goodbye
What's become of us
What's become of us

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