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(feat. Trisha Yearwood)

She can hear his car, as it pulls in the drive.
She can whisper a prayer: "Thank God, he's alive."
She can meet him at the door



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    ProudNanaJan 9, 2009 at 6:39 am
    I personally have experience in this so I can write the true meaning of this song.
    Folks I know first hand that no matter what you say or do, who you turn to for help, to try to help you out to save the person you love, it is not going to happen. There is no way to help someone who does not want to help themself, and until that person realizes that for themself, you can't save them. They must first realize that they need and want help in order for the help to be given and there is no need in putting yourself down and beating yourself up for something you have no control over. We all must walk away and let our loved ones fall as low as they can get and see that hey "no one will help me". They will say you do not love them, even call you names and hurt you, but you must be strong and let them make their come back on thier own or they will never see their faults, failures and mistakes. It is called tough love even though you are dying inside too, "no she can't save him"---Atlanta ga.

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