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Sister Hazel – Out There lyrics

Chorus
If she's out there somewhere-somewhere
I would give everything to know.
Just to hold and to finally have her,
Take me to sunrise from indigo

If it's to be
That there's just no one for me
I'll try not to cry much
So no one will see
But if it's to be
That there is anyone for me
Our hearts will shine
So everyone will see
I've got some time,
So maybe if you're free
I could use a friend
Just to talk to me

Chorus

Spent most of my life without
Anyone near
Never cared what happened
I never saw clear
But I'm getting older now
And I'm, thinking of my end
And to leave without love
Or without a friend
I've got some time
So maybe if you are free
I could use a friend
Before I die

Chorus

It's not over yet...
I'm still standing

If it's to be
That there's just no one for me
I will try not to cry much
So no one else will see
I've got some time
So maybe if you're free
I could use a friend
Just to talk to me



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