"I Left My Body And Never Came Back" as written by and Owen Matthew Thomas....
You know, I can't forget what I saw the last
The bright red dress and the yellow sash
The cold blew in with the past the day
I left my body and never came back

Was in my tenth grade year when I lost my love
She told me that she'd had enough
The cold blew in and it burned the day
I left my body and never returned
Left my body and never returned

And you watch your baby become a lady
Then you cry but maybe then
You'll get a chance again

I brought an open heart and a big bouquet
The perfect gift for a summer day
You never know when you'll become a man
I left that flower and never came back
Left that flower and never came back

And you watch your baby become a lady
And you cry but maybe then
You'll get a chance again

And you watch your baby become a lady
And you cry but maybe
She'll get a chance to save me

In the time she kissed me
She became my history
I would kill to try again
I'll get a chance again


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"I Left My Body and Never Came Back" as written by Owen Matthew Thomas

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