The morning light comes stealing
To start a new day
Out there the world is waiting
To take us far away
And it's time to make
The final break
But the memory will linger forever

If I never see you again
And think of me now and then
Though it hurts so sweetly
They say all good things come to an end
You've changed my life completely
I'm touched by your love
Even if I never see you again

The night is so unforgiving, yeah
And I'm on my own
I realize what I'm missing
And now that you've gone
So I say a prayer
Are you out there
Are you feeling what I'm feeling now, yeah

If I never see you again
And think of me now and then
Though it hurts so deeply
They say all good things come to an end
You've changed my life completely
I'm touched by your love
Even if I never see you
If I never see you again

And if I never see you again

No one can tell you how the story ends
Where the road will lead
When love begins, yeah

You've changed my life completely
I'm touched by your love
Even if I never see you
If I never see you
Even if I never see you again
And If I never see you


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If I Never See You Again Lyrics as written by Graham Lyle Graeme Clark

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