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Sara Panicali

Rookie - 10 Points (august 28 1990)

Thought of losing you


I can't take the thought of losing you
I thought with time it makes you stronger
to help ease the pain, and easier to move on
Everything we had seemed so great
Like things would never end
But now everything is to far gone

I can't take the thought of losing you
I thought with time it makes you stronger
to help ease the pain, and easier to move on
But everyday that goes by
I still think about what we had
and all the good times we shared
I feel the same as when we went our seperate ways
I keep thinking how much I want things back
But I know everything is to far gone

I can't take the thought of losing you
I thought with time it makes you stronger
to help ease the pain, and easier to move on
everything we had seemed so great
the times we shared
our friendship and so much more
as much as I want what we had
after all this time
the toll it has taken on me
even if you would change your mind
everything is to far gone
and so am I

Submitted: Thursday, April 12, 2012

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