"For I Have Sinned" as written by Al Dubin and Harry Warren....
Shallow grave invites me to lay my head in her pale blue arms.
Fallen leaves surround me. My summer is long since gone.
In the edge of oblivion, I’m alone with just a thought.
All I can taste now is the blood from my soul.
For I have sinned. Am I too late to repent?
Before I close my eyes for the one last time.
Refill my heart with joy. Fill this emptiness inside me.
Hold my hand when I’m gone. Refill my heart with life.
Chase away the fear. Hold my hand till I’m gone.
In the end of my days, I’m alone with just a thought.
What have I done during my time in this world?
But I won’t give in, till I see the heavens gate shine bright.
And angels calling my name with arms open wide


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