I miss you
I miss you:
I miss you dear, believe or not,
I miss you …. very true
Day and night every moment,
I'm missing you... my whole and soul.
You loved me won me and taught me to dream,
You made me a content soul
Finding out an angel within thee
This earth became so lovely and a heaven for me.
How could you be so cruel –
You parted me so soon!
I’m just a stranger now -
Lost and abandoned.
Oh’ my dear, oh’ my love,
Had you parted me so soon,
Why did you come in my life
And deserted me so soon!
I miss you dear, oh’ my love
With wounds and thirsts within.
I miss you dear, believe or not
I miss you, very true.
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