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The world's so big at three feet tall
So complex but through it all
I had someone who cared
Barely reaching the doorknobs
So dependent, so much wrong
But you were always there

I hear your voice as it calls my name
And yet your voice has changed
I need no sympathy, I just wish that it was me
My heart, my love, my voice
are still your little boy's
So young how should I know
How I should watch you go?
Watch you go...

All my life, I've been told
You lose your soul when your body's cold
But this I've tried, I can't control
Said all my love is an overload

Twenty years old and still I try
To hear the lullabies
You sang to me when I was three
All grown up lying in my bed
Blanket pulled up over my head
I close my eyes and then I see...

I see your smiling face as it calls my name
Your body's changed, but your eyes the same
I need no sympathy, I just wish that it was me
My heart, my love, my voice, are still your little boy's

Why don't the doctors know?
Why don't the doctors know?
Don't they know...

All my life, I've been told
You lose your soul when your body's cold
But this I've tried, I can't control
Said all my love is an overload

I'd trade it all for just one day
Give everything I own away
I'd sacrifice my life it's true
Just to have one more day with you

I hear your voice as it calls my name
And yet your voice has changed
I need no sympathy, I just wish that it was me
My heart, my love, my voice
are still your little boy's
So young how should I know
How I should watch you GO...

All my life, I've been told
You lose your soul when your body's cold
But this I've tried, I can't control
Said all my love is an overload

All my life, I've been told
You lose your soul when your body's cold
But this I've tried, I can't control
Said all my love is an overload...


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