"Dying Rose" as written by Kenny Hayes, Cleopatra Higgins, Yonah Higgins, Zainam Higgins and Tim Scrafton....
A wilted flower is your love, it blooms and then it dies
The love you lost or threw away, you should never find
(oooo-ooo-oooooo)
I did love you for who you were (ooooooo)
But the jealousy of some friend (controlled your mind)

(Your love is like a dying rose) dying rose
(It blooms so bright and then it goes) and then it goes
(You came with love and understanding, ooooo)
But left by a letter demanding
(Oh-wooo dying rose)
(Came with love and understanding)
And left by a letter demanding

(Your Love.......)
I feel pain that hurts so bad, no pain I just ca bear
I feel that I love you no more, but I do somewhere (ooo-ooo-oooooo)
I did love you for who you were
But the jealousy of some friend (Controlled your mind)

(Your love is like a dying rose)
Dying rose (Your love is like a dying rose, dying rose)
Dying rose (Your love is like) Dying rose
(A dying rose)

I did love you for who you where
But the jealousy of some friend (Controlled your mind)

(Your love is like a dying rose)
Dying rose (Your love is like a dying rose, dying rose)
Dying rose (Your love is like) Dying rose
(A dying rose)

(Your love is like a dying rose)
Dying rose (Your love is like a dying rose, dying rose)
Dying rose (Your love is like) Dying rose
(A dying rose)

(Your love is like a dying rose)
(Your love is like a dying rose) dyng rose
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(Your love is like a dying rose) dying rose (Your love is like...)
(Your love is like a dying rose) dying rose (Your love is like......)
(Your love is like a dying rose) dying rose


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"Dying Rose" as written by Cleopatra Higgins Kenny Hayes

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