"When My Days Are Done" as written by Denton Baxter Hunker, James Victor Ice, Geoffrey William Ice, Josh Jenkins and Joshua Tyler Wilkerson....
Ain't afraid to die
'Cuz I have truly lived
Held the hand of a blushing bride
Grown old with my best friend

Ain't afraid to die
With what these eyes have seen
Beauty of my son's first steps
Little girls smiling back at me

When my time comes
When all my days are done
Friend, don't you cry for me
Oh my body might be broken in the ground
Oh, my soul, it will be free
My soul, it will be free

Spent too long trying to do it on my own,
Had to be lead through the valley
To find my way back home.
It was then that I realized all that I have missed.
My eyes have been opened wide
To what real love is.

When my time comes
When all my days are done
Friend, don't you cry for me
Yeah my body might be broken in the ground
Yeah my soul, it will be free
My soul, it will be free

All the fame and all the gold
You can't take 'em to the grave
In the end, all it is are zeroes in the bank
The love we got, the love we made
I would say, that I'm the richest
Man, so don't you cry
Don't you cry...

When my time comes
When all my days are done
Friend, don't you cry for me
Oh my body might be broken in the ground
Though my body might be broken in the ground
Oh my soul, it will be free
My soul, it will be free (3x)



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