"Song For Jasmine" as written by and Simon Hepburn James Dunne....
I look into your eyes, and I see
I see a part of me
You're better than I'd ever hoped you be
And when you smile you light the room
You love me, and you make it clear
I wonder what I did to deserve
To have you near

Sorry I had to go away
No please don't misconstrue
I just hope you'll understand one day
The hardest part was leaving you

You know that last December
I wanted to be with you
I know that I should have been there too
For you
You might be the only one I love
It makes me choke up choke up

I'm scared that if it carries on this way
You'll feel the way I do
And I don't want that but I still run away
And it's breaking me in two

I've spent so many birthdays wondering
Where my dad was
It's not an excuse it's just a cause

I'm scared that if it carries on this way
You'll feel the way I do
And I don't want that but I still run away
And it's breaking me in two

It's breaking me
It's breaking me
It's breaking me
In two


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"Song for Jasmine" as written by James Ashley Dunne Damian Gardiner

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    General Commentthis is the most wonderful song.. what is it about big tough guys writing about their daughters? i just love this song because you can not only apply it to the one you love but its so sweet!!
    eh but thats me for you a sappy gal!!
    LJon September 04, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI used to love this song a few years back, I think in 2000. At first I thought it was about a love that he had kind of abandoned, but then I researched it and had found out that this song is actually written about his daughter. I never thought that 28 Days would write or produce a song like this, definitely one of a my fave songs.
    AussieErinon January 12, 2006   Link

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