Harold Hills

(April 28,1985 / Haverhill, Mass)

Your Gone


You were there for me
when I was born
You were there for me
to see me take my first step
You were there for me
And now Your Gone

You were there for me
to teach me how to fish
You were there for me
when i got my first sports award
You were there for me
when I needed someone to talk too
You were there for me
And now Your Gone

You were there for me
when I graduated from HS
You were there for me
When I got my first car
Your were there for me
And now Your Gone

Submitted: Tuesday, June 08, 2010

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