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Words by stevie nicks. music by rick nowels.


When I think about you
I think about how much i
Miss you when you're not around
When I think about you
I think about how much i
Can't wait to hear the sound
Of your laughter
Time and distance never matter

Chorus:
Well I miss you now
I have so many questions
About love and about pain
About strained relationships
About fame as only he could explain it to me

Seems like yesterday
I think about how much i
Wish that you were here with me now
The invisible girl that was my name
She walks in and walks out
And I'm sorry now
I'm sorry now

Chorus

Paris to rome, london to paris
Always goodbye, I nearly couldn't bear it
Her heart settles down
She's back on that staircase
On the way up to her place

Chorus



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  • U
    UnregisteredJun 9, 2012 at 3:11 pm
    As far as i know this is a song about her father who has passed. She misses her daddy who used to help her understand the quandaries of life. Very sweet.

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