Karl Stuart Kline
(1.6) Unfinished Symphony (12/21/03) (It's recorded in ancient lore...)
I missed kissing you yesterday...
I can say that every day,
Because since you've gone away
I've missed kissing you every day.
Just given a brief score of years
To share our laughter and our tears,
Finding courage to face our fears,
Loving each other through all the years.
These tears can never go away,
No matter what I do or say,
I'll love her 'til the end of days
And these tears are here to stay.
My love is there for all to see,
No matter what, it's part of me
And any fool can plainly see
She'll always be a part of me.
We never could say good bye,
We knew it would be a lie,
Death could never break these ties,
So we never said good bye.
I found my Lady Love today,
Everyone thinks she went away,
But she's always been here to stay
And I found my true love today.
It has happened to us before,
Long ago in those days of yore,
It's recorded in ancient lore
How lost love was regained once more.
We can never know how or when
A miracle truly happens,
But we do know it will and then
Lost loves will be lovers again.
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