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Aaron Sledge – Without Cha lyrics

[Verse 1:]
I thought about it and quite frankly it scares me to
Think about being here all alone without you Jesus.
Sorta like the sky without the moon,
Sorta like winter in June, it'll never work, cause it's not supposed to.

[Bridge:]
What's a day without a song; what's a right without a wrong?
What's the night without the dawn, must I go on?
What's the spring without the rain; what's heartache without the pain?
What's a loss without the game? And I'd give up the world just to gain you.

[Chorus:]
I'd give up my heart,
I'd give up my soul
If it meant being without cha.
Cause I can't live without cha.
Without cha [x5]

[Verse 2:]
I'm honored to be a part
Of everything that you have to offer me.
Cause my life would be so empty,
Like this world without the air you give us all to breathe.

[Bridge:]

[Chorus:]

I'm barely something with ya lord, imagine me without ya lord.
I don't want to move unless you're near,
I don't want to speak unless I hear.

[Chorus x2]



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