"Let Her & Let Go" as written by Tad Kinchla and John C. Popper....
In all that I do and in all that I say
I used to have a dream that love didn't have to be this way
Immaculate the promise of that pristine paradise
And as I come up from its ashes I can only offer week advice
Well you can tremble at love's alter but don't you try to run
Because it's faster than you'll ever be and you'll have to see to be someone
Whose prey to the real thing who prays to the moon
By howling at her shining face and clutching at his bitter wound
Just

One of the the millions who've paid respect
To the goddess through the eyes of the girl you love
Three little words from her lips can change
Forever if you you let her and let go
To What you've been afraid of
Oh let her and let go

Well Q-R and S, T-U-V
Love can make you crazy but it never really makes you free
And it's easy to remember but it's better to forget
You never get that one you dreamed of
You get to dream with the one you get
Just

One of the the millions who've paid respect
To the goddess through the eyes of the girl you love
Three little words from her lips can change
Forever if you you let her and let go
To What you've been afraid of
Oh let her and let go

One of the the millions who've paid respect
To the goddess through the eyes of the girl you love
Three little words from her lips can change
Forever if you you let her and let go
To What you've been afraid of
Oh let her and let go
One of the the millions who've paid respect
To the goddess through the eyes of the girl you love
Three little words from her lips can change
Forever if you you let her and let go
To What you've been afraid of
Oh let her and let go


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"Let Her and Let Go" as written by Tad Kinchla John C. Popper

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