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Amy left her crayons on the table yesterday
So I called her in and asked her to help put them away
And I noticed on the table there's a picture she had drawn
It was me and Amy just the two of us alone

She pointed at three spaces she had underlined in red
And the teardrops started falling when she looked at me and said
If my mommy and my daddy being here at home
But since mommy doesn't live here I just color mommy gone

Didn't understand until I saw through Amy's eyes
You're out of the picture your not missing in her mind
You've been gone so long now but I thought that you should know
Amy loves her mommy and we need you here at home

So I'm sending you the picture and I hope you take the time
To see that something's missing when you look through Amy's eyes
Didn't understand until I saw through Amy's eyes
You're out of the picture your not missing in her mind

So I'm sending you this picture and I hope you'll take the time
To see that something's missing when you look through Amy's eyes
You'll see that something's missing when you look through Amy's eyes
Amy left her crayons on the table yesterday



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