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Oh the sun may shine through your window on a summer's day
Doesn't change your heavy heart skips a beat each day
You get a temporary high as your watch life pass you by
Every single day you want to cry
Can we whish the tears a fond goodbye

Aching heart, troubled soul
I wanna tell you something wanted you to know
Look at these eyes, look at this smile
They're gonna stay around here, for a while

Aching heart, troubled soul
I wanna tell you something wanted you to know
Look at there eyes, look at this smile
They're gonna stay around here, for a while

Oh the rain may pour and it may fall
But still I'll always hera you call
I'll be waiting, waiting for you
Oh you're eyes so blue your smile so wide
I think about you everyday and every night
I'll be waiting, waiting for you

Aching heart, troubled soul
I wanna tell you something wanted you to know
Look at there eyes, look at this smile
They're gonna stay around here, for a while

Aching heart, troubled soul
I wanna tell you something wanted you to know
Look at there eyes, look at this smile
They're gonna stay around here, for a while

Aching heart, troubled soul
I wanna tell you something wanted you to know
Look at there eyes, look at this smile
They're gonna stay around here, for a while



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