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The voice that drew me near to you
And drew you near to me
Has faded from the picture
Becoming clear to me
All thats left are memories
Of how it used to be
We can't erase the past
We can't change our destiny

Faded photographs
Your eyes say a thousand words to me
Faded photographs
Shadows fill my lonely room
Faded photographs
Your eyes say a thousand words to me
Faded photographs
Shadows fill my lonely room

Reflecting like a mirror
Racing in my mind
These photographs remind me
Of what's not far behind
Your eyes told me the story
Words of you and I
I can't forget you
In the stillness of the night

Faded photographs
Your eyes say a thousand words to me
Faded photographs
Shadows fill my lonely room
Faded photographs
Your eyes say a thousand words to me
Faded photographs
Shadows fill my lonely room

Faded photographs
Your eyes say a thousand words to me
Faded photographs
Shadows fill my lonely room
Faded photographs
Your eyes say a thousand words to me
Faded photographs
Shadows fill my lonely room



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