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Tafadzwa Mhondiwa Mugari

(07 September 1986 / Harare Zimbabwe)

I Need You


I need you more than you can know
More than love can show, I need
you
I need you when the sun comes up
Before my morning cup, I need you
There’s a bit of you in every breath I
take
In every lesson learned from my
dumb mistakes
And in the amber flow of each
setting sun
Its your face I see and I come
undone
I NEED YOU
I need you to keep me straight
On a path of faith, I need you
I need you when my life turns sour
And in my darkest hours, I need you
There’s a bit of you in every breath I
take
In every lesson learned from my
dumb mistakes
And in the amber flow of each
setting sun
Its your face I see and I come
undone
I NEED YOU
I need you and the life we share
Helping me to dare, I need you
I need you for each precious day
You light my way, I need you
I NEED YOU
I NEED YOU

Submitted: Monday, June 28, 2010

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