There was frost in my hair.
There was fire in your stare and the air was so charp.
I grew an inch in a day.
We were so far away as we played on the dock.

There was ice on the waves.
There was sun on your face though the day was so cold.
You said your life wasn\'t yours.
You said you couldn\'t afford the tought of being alone.

We danced too close to the edge.
We knew we both couldn\'t swim then you tripped and fell in.
I reached my hand out to you.
You were snking times two,nothing that I could do.
I watched the last bubble rise.
I saw your last breath dissipate out of sight.

And when i go to bed at night.
I wear the shirt you died in,
And my my dreams
We\'re swimming hand in hand in warm blue water.

Lyrics submitted by Jorell_Anti

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