Charles Reed (1994 / U.S.A)
Sorrows Of Deep
As I watch and see the expression of life I weep and wish to be there.
I watch and waste away as I wish I was with you.
Lingering in the darkness so alone and so far gone.
I crave for your touch and your warmth as I simply lay here numb to the touch.
Missing you and her, wanting, missing, crying and dying.
Waiting for just another breath.
But until that day I'll just lie here breathless.
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