"I Walk With You" as written by James Dickson Crichton, Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Gilmour, Michael Anthony Sadler and Stephen William Negus....
It's days like these
That resurrect all the memories
I wonder what I'd say if you were here today
When I think of you

Mixed emotions cloud my view
Would you be proud or have I let you down
I don't look back in anger
I look back in awe

'Cause every time I stumbled
You never let me fall
I don't believe in miracles
I don't believe wishes come true

But I do believe I still believe in you
I don't believe in fairy tales
Or the man in the moon
But I do believe each day I walk with you

My thoughts of you
Will keep me awake tonight
But if sleep
I dream in black & white

I don't believe in miracles
I don't believe wishes come true
But I do believe each day I walk with you


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"I Walk With You" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton James Dickson Crichton

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