"Now She's Gone" as written by John Ford and David Terry....
The sun starts to rise from its slumbers
To start the day and sweep away the morning mist that blankets all the earth
But it can't sweep away the pain now she's gone
Now she's gone, gone, gone

Its light warms the flowers on the hillside
Where we would walk and laugh and talk before death came and took her from my side
But it can't warm away the pain now she's gone
Now she's gone, gone, gone

And as I walk the swirling mist will disappear from view
The golden sun shines from the sky
Reminding me of happy days with you
And now she's gone
And now she's gone

The spring starts to move into summer
And all around the sight and sound of summer's ways are filling all the air
But it will never be the same now she's gone
Now she's gone, gone, gone


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