I'm watching the sunset
With all these pictures of you
I'm watching the sun go down
On the bench like we always used to
The wind is blowing these leaves
The sky is staring at me
Cause I'm down on my knees
Just begging for you to come home
No, please don't go
Cause there are so many people who need you in their lives
And God knows so do I

You were an angel, that we were lucky to have found
And God doesn't know, how good he's got it now

Cause girl can't you see
I've been up late reading these letters you gave to me
And that line that you wrote
"I'll be with you wherever you go"
Is one thing that's been inside my head all day
And with every breath I take I'll stare into the sky
And wonder where you are tonight

We spent our last twelve months with heavy hearts
But open eyes to every thing alive
And as I'm watching the sunset
With all these pictures of you
You know I'm watching the sun go down
Oh god, I need you now

You were an angel, that we were lucky to have found
And God doesn't know, how good he's got it now

Cause girl can't you see
I've been up late reading these letters you gave to me
And that line that you wrote
"I'll be with you wherever you go"
Is one thing that's been inside my head all day
And with every breath I take I'll stare into the sky
And wonder where you are...

Because we loved the ways
That the waves stay the same
Something to rely on
Cause life's sure not
And when you think you have an equal chance
Well life's out of your hands

It just doesn't make sense that life is so precious
And all this time left
And wondering why
Is this supposed to be my reality?
It's not fair to her
It's not fair to me
I still pick up my phone
The first number I call is you
I can't help it
It's just out of habit
I still pick up my phone
The first number I call is you
I can't help it
It's just out of habit


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