"Seven Days Without You" as written by and Stuart/bertrand Brawley....
Sitting here counting the hours
Waiting for the sun to kiss the sea
Paralyzed by the fragrance of the flowers
They remind me of you and me

There's one love in a lifetime
Our two hearts of a kind
These three reasons you'll be mine
Four when five and six are through
Seven days without you

Making plans just to stop the aching
Chasing thoughts from a million miles away
Hypnotized as another dawn is breaking
I rehearse the words I want to say

There's one love in a lifetime
Our two hearts of a kind
These three reasons you'll be mine
Four when five and six are through
Seven days without you

Well I will find a way into your heart
So let me try and sleep before we know

There's one love in a lifetime
Our two hearts of a kind
These three reasons you'll be mine
Four when five and six are through
Seven days without you


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"Seven Days Without You" as written by Stuart Brawley Stephen Robinson Bertrand

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    General CommentWow go me first comment. Saddly Teddy did not write this sng but he still pulls it off as one of his own. It great I love it.
    musichogon May 21, 2006   Link
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    General Commentyeah... teddy executes this song beautifully.
    meiguoren787on August 12, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis song is also SLOW. luckily the lyrics are meaningful.
    adilahon August 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about going away without telling someone who you really don't know that you want to know them cuz you think that you can build a relationship. So when he's gone, he's caught up on thoughts of her but he's proclaiming that when he gets back he's gonna tell her and find a way into her heart
    guitarfreak323on October 31, 2006   Link

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