It seams we are at the end again,
The ups and downs, not committing to begin.
Waiting, wanting, never really ends,
Another day, another night alone..
In my thoughts and in my bed
Empty arms your not here to hold..
Empty heart sad and broke
No little smiles with your head tilted just so..
No touch of your hand no little kiss
Just me alone you to miss.
There miles away in your bed
No place on earth Id rather lay my head.
Life’s ups and downs with you beside me
Was my hope my dream all I ever needed
Beside you thru life is all I wanted
All gone again..not that we got started
All I want so out of reach
To hold you.. To touch your cheek
All to far away..yet so close
I close my eyes and I can feel you
Get lost in a time when you were mine
A part of me you’ll always remain
What I feel for you for me I cant refrain..
A part of my heart a piece of my sole
The other half of me that made me whole
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