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Sample Classical song lyric (#2)

Love Gone By

Upon a warm salty breeze, your/my perfume lingers in the air
Under our sheets, I’m dreaming about our life that we share

Together strolling hand in hand, barefoot across the strand
On a moonlit beach, we’re caressing love upon the sand

There’re hundreds on a crowded pier, yet I’m seeing only you around
I’m hearing only your voice, among a hundred sounds

After another perfect day, we’re sharing cotton candy with a drink by the pool
Oh, how I’m loving all those little things, that we always do

Gently roused I find myself once again without you there
My sweet dream fading away, to unveil my nightmare

Remembering what love was like in days gone by
It may someday bring a smile to my face and a tear to my eye

But right now, in this lonely place, I don’t even want to try
Right now, in this lonely place, I don’t even want to try

Not long ago we sat hand in hand, waiting for the movie show
While I daydreamed about you and I, together growing old

But now our painted sunrise across the blue, has forever faded into a starlit hue
Each daybreak without you, my tears gently rest on our pillows just as the morning dew

We loved taking those long drives, along meandering country roads
But how I survived that day, is a mystery that I’ll never know

Eternity now haunts me, with each passing sigh
As I struggle to understand, not how but why?

For living life without you, is not living life at all
I would have gone with you, if I could have made the call

Remembering what love was like in days gone by
It may someday bring a smile to my face and a tear to my eye

But right now, in this lonely place, I don’t even want to try
Right now, in this lonely place, I don’t even want to try

Right now, I don’t even want to try

© C.Wisdom 2021


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