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"Could you believe me if I said I'd been right out of the world--outside this world--last summer?"
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The Call was written by Regina Spektor for The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. It was played during the last minutes of the film and during the credits. The song is somewhat mournful, but the words are full of hope.

Lyrics

It started out as a feeling

Which then grew into a hope.

Which then turned into a quiet thought, which then turned into a quiet word.

And then that word grew louder and louder, til it was a battle cry:

I'll come back when you call me; no need to say good-bye.


Just because everything's changing, doesn't mean it's never been this way before.

All you can do is try to know who your friends are as you head off to the war.

Pick a star on the dark horizon and follow the light. You'll come back when it's over; no need to say good-bye.

You'll come back when it's over; no need to say good-bye.


Now we're back to the beginning, it's just a feeling and no one knows yet.

But just because they can't feel it too, doesnt mean that you have to forget.

Let your memories grow stronger and stronger, 'til they're before your eyes.

You'll come back when they call you; no need to say good-bye.

You'll come back when they call you; no need to say good-bye.

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