Isabella Epona

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What Dreams May Come


What dreams may come
And all is done
I will always be here
Through the tears
Laughs and fears
I’ll be waiting for you
I’ll kiss your tears
Make you laugh
And chase your fears away
I’ll never leave your side
Now I see how life will be
But never will I be gone

What dreams may come
And tears released
And all that is thought to be done
Now I know how it feels
To love what can’t be loved

What dreams may come
And life is done
You will always be here
I’ll run through the painted mountaintops
And swim through the sea
Just to hear your voice
Before I say good-bye
And now I bid goodbye to my fairytale
And carry on my life
I’ll see you
And you’ll hear me
But never will I be gone

What dreams may come
And tears released
And all that is thought to be done
Now I know how it feels
To love what can’t be loved

What dreams may come
And I am done
I will always be here
I will not laugh
I will not cry
But I still will love you
I’ll live here now
In my heaven
In my painted world
Of harmony and melodies
And now we must say our goodbyes
But never will I be gone

What dreams may come
And tears released
And all that is thought to be done
Now I know how it feels
To love what can’t be loved

What dreams may come
And we are done
Words will always be here
Though they break
With every breath we take
We carry on each day
And now I see how it will be
When life passes you by
And now I see
How life should be
Without you here by me
But never will I be gone

What dreams may come
And tears released
And all that is thought to be done
Now I know how it feels
To love what can’t be loved

What dreams may come
And death is done
Life will always be here
I never thought
That this would be
My ending story
The starts are bright
In your eyes
But you will never hear me
With my song
Of sweet melody
But never will I be gone

What dreams may come
And tears released
And all that is thought to be done
Now I know how it feels
To love what can’t be loved

What dreams may come
And the song is done
To caress me away
I leave you now
As will the pain
Goodbye my love
And all my love goes to you
As I walk away
Except your fate
As I have done
And to this very date
I will never be gone

Folk Song

Submitted: Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 28, 2010

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