Treasure Island

Jorge Rolon


Gone But Not Forgotten


It wasn't your time to go
So, we just want you to know
We think about you everyday
There's so much left for us to say
You died while I was young
But it was still hard for us to hold on
You were a huge part in all our life's
Your death was a pain like a thousand knifes
To everyone but especially your mom
Just know that in our hearts you live on

I hope there's radios in heaven so you can listen to this song
I want you to know in our hearts you live on
I wish we could have you back for one last day
So we could all say goodbye the right way

I wish you could see how much we've grown
There's so much left unknown
To your family and to your son
it must be hard for him to know you're gone
You never really met him and he never really met you
But I know there's still love between you two
Everyone would give anything to have you for one more day
Just so you could watch junior play
Go to the walk for a nice walk
Sit down and have a long talk

So, I hope there's radios in heaven so you can listen to this song
I want you to know in our hearts you live on
I wish we could have you back for one last day
So we could all say goodbye the right way

Your death made our love for you begotten
You're gone but not forgotten

Submitted: Monday, June 25, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, June 26, 2012

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Song about my dead uncle Hector may he rest in peace.

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