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(olivia newton-john)We said a million times we’d changeCan’t bring myself to say those words againA piper never changes tuneYou can’t grow apples on the moonThe hurtful things we say still penetrateAnd whispered sorrys always come too lateThen the damage has been doneWhat are we going to tell our son? I want to spare his broken heartBreak it gently that we’ll live apartDon’t know the proper words to sayHe won’t be seeing daddy every dayThose weekly outings never work, you knowBuying gifts and candy, picture showsThey can’t replace the man aroundYour voice, your touch, your manly soundI guess the trouble is I love you stillAnd if it comes to that, I always willNo, please don’t cry, it’s just too lateNow hurry on, she’s waiting at the gate



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