Jefferson Starship: Sara

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Go now don’t look back we’ve drawn the line
Move on it’s no good to go back in time

I’ll never find another girl like you, for happy endings it takes two
We’re fire and ice, the dream won’t come true

Sara, Sara, storms are brewin’ in your eyes
Sara, Sara, no time is a good time for goodbyes

Danger, in the game when the stakes are high
Branded, my heart was branded while my senses stood by

I’ll never find another girl like you, for happy endings it takes two
We’re fire and ice, the dream won’t come true

Sara, Sara, storms are brewin’ in your eyes
Sara, Sara, no time is a good time for goodbyes

(’cause Sara) Loved me, like no one ever loved me before
(and Sara) Hurt me, no one could ever hurt me more
(and Sara) Sara
(and Sara) Nobody loved me anymore

I’ll never find another girl like you
We’re fire and ice, the dream won’t come true

Sara, Sara, no time is a good time oh

Sara, Sara, storms are brewin’ in your eyes
Sara, Sara, no time is a good time for goodbyes

Sara, Sara, storms are brewing in your eyes
Sara, Sara, no time is a good time, no
Oh Sara, why did it, why did it, why did it all fall apart

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Wikipedia: Sara
“Sara” is a #1 hit song by the band Starship. It was sung by Mickey Thomas, of the newly renamed band Starship, from their first album Knee Deep in the Hoopla. The song hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on March 15, 1986 staying at that position for one week. It was the band’s second #1 hit after the song “We Built This City” hit the mark a few months earlier in 1985. It also became the band’s first number-one song on the adult contemporary chart, where it remained for three weeks [1]. Although written by Peter and Ina Wolf, the song was named for Thomas’s wife at the time, Sara (née Kendrick).

The music video for “Sara” prominently features actress Rebecca De Mornay and Thomas in a storyline about a relationship ending, with frequent flashbacks to what is presumably Thomas’s character’s childhood and the tornado that wrecked his home.

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