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GOODBYE SORROW



GOODBYE SORROW
By Seth on 04/14/2012
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GOODBYE SORROW (just suppose, juxtaposed)

I shall wish you weren''t apart from me
When I think of you tomorrow
Your smile fades away from me
In time so will my sorrow
Gentle sorrow, leisure sorrow
Comfort me before tomorrow
Before your smile fades - away from me again.

I shall wish you weren''t a part of me
When I think of her tomorrow
Her smile is something new to me
Unlike this empty hollow
Gentle sorrow, leisure sorrow
Leave me here before tomorrow
Before her smile fades - away from me again.

Wonderful dream, my leisure time sorrow
To fade the day
Like time to borrow
Her smile blurry
Like visions sorrow
Comfort me like cradle dreams
Before your smile fades - away from me again.

Gentle sorrow, lovely sorrow
I might fall again tomorrow
I know you''re watching from the heavens
As Angels sing - my faith in sorrow
Catch me with your Angels Wings
Before I go and fall
In love with her again!

Hold me sorrow
Gentle, peaceful, caring, sorrow
Don''t let go
Or I may fall - I do hope so
Take my hand, silence my screams
Comfort me before tomorrow
Like cradle dreams, my peace in sorrow.

Her smile fades away again,
Your smile fades away again.



By Seth On 4/14/2012 12:14:33 PM
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