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Where does that leave me now

Not long ago under the moonlight
We gave our hearts away
One moment in time
Never felt so right

And I meant every word
When I told you I'd love you forever
It was true when I said
I could never love someone else never

Chorus
It wasn; t a lie
When I said I'd never leave you
Lonely but now your gone
So where does that leave me

We stood right here
Looked up to heaven
You pointed out one star
Said that ones for us
And gently kissed me

Cause you meant every word when ya told me
You'd love me forever
Now I gaze on oue star every nite
And pretend we are together

Chorus

I know god needed you
But not more than I
Do you hear me
Are you near me
When I close my eyes

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