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You're truck jumped the shoulder rolled over and over
My angel, lying in the grass.
All we could do is hold on to her hand,
As she silently passed.
No one should have to outlive a child.

What I wouldn't give to hear your car pull in the drive.
To hold you and tell you I loved you one more time.
Tears on the ground your name on a stone,
You traded your life for the words on your phone.
Why couldn't you wait till you got home.

The worst words anyone ever could say
Is she was or she should of been.
Or she had a laugh or she had a smile
Or do you remember when.
The world would have been there when you got home

What I wouldn't give to hear your car pull in the drive.
To hold you and tell you I loved you one more time.
Tears on the ground your name on a stone,
You traded your life for the words on your phone.
Why couldn't you wait till you got home.

What I wouldn't give to hear your car pull in the drive.
To hold you and tell you I loved you one more time.

Oh what I wouldn't give to hear your car pull in the drive.
To hold you and tell you I loved you one more time.
Tears on the ground your name on a stone,
You traded your life for the words on your phone.
Why couldn't you wait oh why couldn't you wait
Till you got home.



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