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The years have passed so quickly
One thing I've understood
I am only learning
To tell the trees from the wood

I know what's coming down
And I know where it's coming from
And I know and I'm sorry (yes I am)
But I never could speak my mind

And I know just how you feel
And I know now what I have done
And I know and I'm guilty (yes I am)
But I never could read your mind

I know what I was missing
But now my eyes can see
I put myself in your place
As you did for me

Today I love you more than yesterday
Right now I love you more right now

And I know what's coming down
I can feel where it's coming from
And I know it's getting better (all the time)
As we share in each other's minds

Today I love you more than yesterday
Right now I love you more right now
Ooh hoo no more crying
Ooh hoo no more crying
Ooh hoo no more crying
Ooh hoo no more crying



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    josephinesparkesJul 27, 2008 at 4:50 pm
    I can now see what's important and I can understand your point of view, and perhaps have some idea of what it's like to walk a mile in your shoes !

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