"Gone" as written by and George/holmes Morton....
All the moves I was afraid to make
All the chances that I didn't take
Oh I cried out loud when they were gone

There was so much I should have said
For some reason I chose silence instead
And I cried out loud when you were gone

I was movin' in the wrong direction
Now I'm tryin' to get away from affection
All the years I was too blind to see
That a friend was standin' next to me

Why do people always start to appreciate
When it's gone, when it's done, when it's too late
People always start to appreciate
When it's gone when it's too late
When it's gone when it's too late
When it's gone when it's too late

Life can be much more than it seems
Try to seize your day and live your dreams
Cause you will cry out loud
When they are gone

When do we stop to take it all for granted
It's always gone before we understand it
We don't take care of us until we're torn
We don't take care of friends until they're gone

Why do people always start to appreciate
When it's gone, when it's done, when it's too late
People always start to appreciate
When it's gone when it's too late
When it's gone then it's too late

Try to realize what is fake what is true
Try to make up your mind who's important to you
Then you'll never know the feelin' of sorrow
For all that is gone

Why do people always start to appreciate
When it's gone, when it's done, when it's too late
People always start to appreciate
When it's gone when it's too late
When it's gone then it's too late

Why do people always start to appreciate
When it's gone, when it's done, when it's too late
People always start to appreciate
When it's gone then it's too late


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"Gone" as written by Matthias Hass Michael Hass

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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