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What do I do with all the roses, outside?
They're not suppose to grow this time of year
It's a heart break but you got me smiling
And you're the only one who can get me through

I can hear your voice when you're whispering
I can feel your heart when it's beating
I believe you're near when the ghost comes in
I can hear you when you're calling out my name

I can remember when a day lasted forever
Summer was everything and there was nothing to fear
You were so tired but your heart sense so much
Nobody else got through quite like you

I can hear your voice when you're whispering
I can feel your heart when it's beating
I believe you're near when the ghost comes in
I can hear you when you're calling out my name

Did I get hit by the moonlight under the stars
'Cause you feel so close that I can reach you wherever you are

I can hear your voice when you're whispering
I can feel your heart when it's beating
I believe you're near when the ghost comes in
I can hear you when you're calling out my name
I can hear your voice when you're whispering
I can feel your heart when it's beating
I believe you're near when the ghost comes in
I can hear you when you're calling out my name



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