Eleanor Lye, there was a day when you were mine
and Eleanor Lye, you were gone such a long time
And in this world, in which I know you will thrive,
I'm sorry, dear Eleanor, I must leave you behind.

Guess I've always known
you'd leave me alone
All that's left has gone
I need you alone

You'll be leaving
and I'll be willing
Can't see me move in your heart
And there's no kneeling
you won't be feeling
Tears down my face in your dark

And safe to shore, you know that I meant you no harm
and then I'll tell you of this new girl on my arm
but I can't give back all those words you gave to me
Whatever was real to you was a little girl's dream

Guess I've always known
you'd leave me alone
One more kiss, you go
I need you alone

You'll be leaving
and I'll be willing
Can't see me move in your heart
And there's no kneeling
you won't be feeling
Tears down my face in your dark

You'll be leaving
and I'll be willing
Can't see me keeping your heart
There's no kneeling
you won't be feeling
Tears down my face in the dark


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