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(Gary Moore)

Sometimes I feel so lonely.
Sometimes I feel so lost.
Sometimes there seems so many
Bridges to be crossed.


(But then I look at you,)
And I realize.
(But then I look at you,)
That it's all worth while.


Sometimes I feel I'm losin'.
Sometimes I just can't win.
Sometimes I feel like cryin'
And I just hold it in.


(But then I look at you,)
Look at you and I realize.
(When I look at you,)
That it's all worth while.


When I look into your eyes,
I see the signs of the love you have inside.
It's hard to hide.
You're my life, you're my reason for living.
It's so right, all this love you've been giving.
Day and night, I'm always with you.
And it's all worth while.


Sometimes I feel I'm losin'.
Sometimes I just can't win.
Sometimes I feel like cryin'
And I just hold it in.


(But then I look at you,)
I look at you and I realize.
I realize.
(When I look at you,)
When I look at you,
That it's all worth while,
All worth while.


(But then I look at you,)
I look at you and I realize.
I realize.
(When I look at you,)
Open my eyes,
That it's all worth while.



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