GJC boyle

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Well today i started loving you again
For last time i wrote i said never again
I wish i could let it be
But the nights are so lonely for me
Well today i stared missing you again
I am lost for living
I dream a new love will begin
The nights are so dark
The days so long
But i am trying to still believe
Thats why i wrote this love song
So tired of being lonely
I want to be someones one and only
If only there where day and not night
For its the closeness i miss of holding someone so tight
Well tomorrow is another day
And who knows
My loneliness my go away
Some day this will all be in the past
Cause i find someone to love me at long last
For i have some much love
So im going to forget what i have written above
Next time love comes to me
I will give you everything you will see
So if your reading this and lonely like i
Drop me a line or just say hi
I know your out there i just dont know where
Do you need directions
To find your way here

Submitted: Tuesday, September 25, 2012

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