"The Missing Song" as written by and Sonia Rutstein....
Most of my family lives in maryland
That's where I was raised and went to school
Now I'm one hour from baltimore
And two thousand miles from you

I like the way the leaves smell in the autumn
The way the trees are set into the hills
I like drinking coffee with you in the morning
Watching the steam rise, sitting on a window sill

Then you came and now my world is
Tipping over
This is nice but it's so dark inside
This is nowhere

How am I to measure these feelings
What the hell is one heartbeat away
The distance doesn't care, it's completely unaware
Only the pounding of my heart is here to stay

Then you came and now my world is
Tipping over
This is nice but it's so dark inside
This is nowhere


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"The Missing Song" as written by Sonia Rutstein

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