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Bearing Over Whelming Pain

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Candy Clontz Rathbone

If one single moment could last forever,
there's one I wish we could have kept.
Was the moment I had your love; never
would Iíve created rivers from tears I wept.

Memories that glide through my mind,
tearing deep into my corrupted heart.
Another love like yours Iíll never find,
I knew you were the one from the start.

Hearing our song playing on the radio,
remembering all the nights weíd dance.
Without your sweet love, where will I go?
Wonít you give me loveís second chance?

I canít take another night without your love,
this pain is the one I never thought Iíd feel.
I look up into the stars, pray to God above,
Please tell me, the pain I feel isnít real.

I walk aimlessly looking for my place,
within this horrifying world that we live.
Everywhere I go, I see your smiling face,
to hold you once more, Oh! What Iíd give.

Your echoing last words, calling my name,
making my days and nights a living hell.
For your death, myself Iíve come to blame,
maybe if I were there, you wouldnít have fell.

If one single moment could last forever,
there's one I wish we could have kept.
was the moment I had your love; never
would I have went back to the way I wept.

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