Is this the last time?
Is this the last time, I could be with you?
Is this the last time, I could see you?
Is this the last time, I could feel you?
Is this the last time, I could hear you?
Is this the last time,
I have to tell you how much I love you,
And how much I need you?
Goodbye's are so hard.
Hello's are even harder.
I dont know if can stand it any longer.
Please dont leave me.
Please tell me this isnt the last time.
This cant be the last time.
There's so many words that was left unspoken.
So many things I could have done to show you how much I need you.
So many breaths I had to take with out you.
And now there will be many more.
I wont be able to live on.
Last time saying goodbye to the sun and hello to the moon.
Because being under the moon and stars have no meaning anymore.
Because your not there to make it all have purpose.
And without you I have no purpose.
Now I see this is the last time.
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