"Still Be Here" as written by Andrew Iain Bews, Colin Iain Doran, Andrew Iain Elliot Gilmour, Laurence John Hibbit and Paul John Townsend....
To ponder the worst in doubt to pick up where we left off without thinking too loud

When birthdays came around I waited for you to be there just for once.

But one day you surprised me,
Then you walk away
But I will
Never be the same
When you walk away
I will always care.

The most of what we have is
To forget the time gone by
We should let it go.

For moving forward will I
Have to forgive mistakes?
I should let it go and just be glad.

But one day you surprised me,
Then you walk away but I will
Never be the same
When you walk away
I will always care.

And when you would see me now we dust off the severed senses and pull things so closely now it does not matter.

And then you walk away but I will still be here and when you walk away I will always care.


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"Still Be Here" as written by Andrew Iain Elliot Gilmour Andrew Iain Bews

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