"When You Were Mine" as written by and Jason L. Bieler....
I never thought that life could be so unkind
Until I lost you
No more times by the lake in June
No more walks beneath the moon

When you were mine
There would be another day in my life
All this time the river flows to nowhere that I can't find

The leaves will change as time goes by and by
It's all the same to me
The wind will blow as if it knows the rhyme
Why not me?

When you were mine
There would be another day in my life
All this time the river flows to nowhere that I can't find

You were always there to be with me
And show me a kindness of a type
I grew so fond of receiving
Almost daily when you came

We talk for hours over things
We believe in caring for each other
Hand in hand through life before you left me
Standing all alone helpless without you

I never thought that life could be so unkind
Until I lost you
No more times by the lake in June
No more walks beneath the moon

When you were mine
There would be another day in my life
All this time the river flows to nowhere that I can't find

When you were mine
There would be another day in my life
All this time the river flows to nowhere that I can't find

When you were mine
There would be another day in my life
All this time the river flows to nowhere that I can't find


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"When You Were Mine" as written by Jason L. Bieler

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