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{{SongHeader
by '''[[Lake Of Tears]]'''
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|song = The Homecoming
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|artist = Lake Of Tears
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|album1 = Lake Of Tears:Forever Autumn (1999)
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|language = English
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|star = Bronze
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It's the way of a cosmic sailor, in a boat in the night
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<lyrics>
But the wolves are not scaring him, he's alright
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It's the way of a cosmic sailor, in a boat in the night
Just the day, just the day away, I can feel it sometimes
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But the wolves are not scaring him, he's all right
But the wolves are not scaring me, i long for twilight
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Just the day, just the day away, I can feel it sometimes
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But the wolves are not scaring me, I long for twilight
Then with the morning comes
 
The sun that finds them all, so divides the night
 
and they die
 
And with the morning sun
 
A lonely teardrop falls down from my eye and I die
 
 
But where, where did all the cosmic sailors come from
 
Far away from across the sea
 
And where, where have all the cosmic sailors now gone
 
And the night that showed them all to me
 
 
On the waves of this silver ocean, for a while there he smiles
 
As he sails with the other ones, the wind dies
 
So a cry, so a cry is calling all the wolves among the night
 
As I sail with the other ories, I find them alright
 
 
Then with the morning comes
 
The sun that finds them all so divides the night
 
and they die
 
And with the morning sun
 
A lonely teardrop falls down from my eye and I die
 
 
and i die
 
   
==External Links==
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Then with the morning comes
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The sun that finds them all, so divides the night - and they die
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And with the morning sun
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A lonely teardrop falls down from my eye - and I die
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But where, where did all the cosmic sailors come from
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Far away from across the sea
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And where, where have all the cosmic sailors now gone
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And the night that showed them all to me?
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On the waves of this silver ocean, for a while there he smiles
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As he sails with the other ones, the wind dies
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So a cry, so a cry is calling, all the wolves among the night
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As I sail with the other ones, I find them all right
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Then with the morning comes
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The sun that finds them all so divides the night - and they die
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And with the morning sun
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A lonely teardrop falls down from my eye - and I die
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And I die...
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</lyrics>
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|allmusic = mt0009418375
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|musicbrainz = 9aa4b6cb-4ed5-44ee-9b03-534a3053807d
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|spotify = 6cHadcYgwBlltHwpZVtGXw
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Latest revision as of 08:10, April 14, 2018

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The Homecoming

This song is by Lake of Tears and appears on the album Forever Autumn (1999).

It's the way of a cosmic sailor, in a boat in the night
But the wolves are not scaring him, he's all right
Just the day, just the day away, I can feel it sometimes
But the wolves are not scaring me, I long for twilight

Then with the morning comes
The sun that finds them all, so divides the night - and they die
And with the morning sun
A lonely teardrop falls down from my eye - and I die

But where, where did all the cosmic sailors come from
Far away from across the sea
And where, where have all the cosmic sailors now gone
And the night that showed them all to me?

On the waves of this silver ocean, for a while there he smiles
As he sails with the other ones, the wind dies
So a cry, so a cry is calling, all the wolves among the night
As I sail with the other ones, I find them all right

Then with the morning comes
The sun that finds them all so divides the night - and they die
And with the morning sun
A lonely teardrop falls down from my eye - and I die

And I die...

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