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Emerson Drive – When I See You Again lyrics

Songwriters: Dupelle, Danick; Mates, Brad; Tebey

I still talk to you whenever I'm alone
I hear you in my prayers, feel you in the wind that blows
I wonder how you are, what you're doin' way up there
Are you laughin', are you cryin' 'cause you miss us all down here

Only God knows when you'll smile and take my hand
When I see you again

When I see you again

I wish I had the chance to hold you one last time
It hurts me to know we never got the chance to say goodbye
But you're never really gone 'cause your memory remains
I miss you more than words could ever help me to explain

Only God knows when this road I'm on will end
And I'll see you again

I'll see you when the sand runs out
When the song is over and the curtain falls down
I'll see you on the other side
And you could show me what it's like

But only God knows when you'll smile and take my hand
And I'll say, "How've you been"
When I see you again

When I'll see you again

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