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I climbed the mountains and I swept the plains
I crossed the border and I broke my chains
I walked the back roads 'til my shoes wore through
I'm still without you without you

I lie awake at night and say your name
I paint your picture in a starlit frame
I try imagining a rendezvous
I'm still without you.... Without you

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L thought I'd find
You would leave my mind
But my dreams they just don't know
They can't seem to let you go
I'm so sad I don't know what to do
Without you

I often wonder how it came to this
If I could travel back to our last kiss
If I had a different point of view
I'm still without you.... Without you
The moon is sitting just beyond the hill
The wind is resting but my heart won't still
It happens every night right on cue
I'm still without you.... Without you

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