"Mellow Doubt" as written by and Norman George Blake....
It gives me pain, when I think of you
And the things together that we'll never do
At first it's cold, and then it's hot
Tried to be someone that I know I'm not

I'm in trouble, and I know it
How I'm feeling, I can't show it
But these feelings, don't go away

I remember you, lines on your face.
Sharing a moment in the perfect place.
I'm deep in your eyes, and inside your head.
And I try to reach you, when I'm in my bed.

I'm in trouble, and I know it
How I'm feeling, I can't show it
But these feelings, don't go away

There is no choice, in what I must do.
Nothing is greater than to be with you.

I'm in trouble, and I know it
How I'm feeling, I can't show it
But these feelings, don't go away


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"Mellow Doubt" as written by Norman George Blake

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    General Commentshould've never broken up, this one hits hard
    Denpatouon July 01, 2012   Link
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    General CommentIt’s about grief, and death. The love of his life has died and he is reminiscing. He decides at the end to commit suicide to either be with her or just end the pain
    JamesLLBon January 13, 2018   Link

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