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For loving you, for needing you, but most of all
For loving you, for loving you

For loving you, my life is so much richer
You've given so much to live for
And I never really lived before
Before loving you

For loving you

And for loving you, my faith is a little stronger
For a world that could give you to me, couldn't be as bad
As it's made out to be, there was good there
I just could never see, before loving you

For loving you, for needing you, but most of all
For loving you, for needing you

And for needing you, I feel a whole lot stronger
For there's a strength that comes from knowing
You need to give up yourself and darling
I gave so much of myself, loving you

For losing you

And now I'm losing you and I'm a sadder, lonelier man
Than I ever thought any man could be
But even in my loneliness, even as I walk the hunting trail of memory
Even for all the pain that I'm feeling right now
Never once will I ever regret, having had the chance of loving you

Loving you

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