Harrison India

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How Can I Live Without You


My Eyes are feeling like bilind without you,
My Mind stop all thinking to think without you,
so tell me
sweet heart
how can i live without you,

My Lips are not saying any word without you,
My Ears are not listing any word without you,
so tell me baby
how can i live without you,

My nose is not taking breath without you,
My Heart is not beating without you,
so tell me honey
how can i live without you,

my hands are not working without you
my legs are not walking without you
so tell me darling
how can i live without you,

i can spand my whole life and all births with you
but
i can't live without you a second
so tell me my life
how can i live without you.

Submitted: Friday, September 06, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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