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This tale begins
I'm the fool without a clue
Wishing I had said the things
That mean so much to you
For though I cared
My fumbled words came much too late
That you may know I loved you

Now you're gone
And emotions unexpressed
Keep haunting me with memories,
Regrets and my missteps
With each flower that I place
I seek a grace I sorely need
That you may know I loved you

If I could I'd bring you back and do things differently
I should have listened to that voice deep down inside of me
I would take back all my mistakes but time won't let me now
And all the coulds, shoulds and woulds,
They don't mean anything

Foolish pride, kept affections deep inside
A mystery, as I used to be
All smiles and open arms
Humility could not find me
Lost was the chance at honesty
That you may know I loved you

If I could I'd bring you back and do things differently
I should have listened to that voice deep down inside of me
I would take back all my mistakes but time won't let me now
And all the coulds, shoulds and woulds,
They don't mean anything

This story ends
I will make it up to you
You'll reach to me and we'll embrace
In some other time and place
For that is my dream
While I lie awake late nights
That you may know I loved you
I loved you
I loved you



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