"A Natural Disaster" as written by and Daniel Cavanagh....
It's been a long cold winter without you
I've been crying on the inside over you
You just slipped through my fingers as life turned away
It's been a long cold winter since that day
It's hard to find, hard to find
Hard to find the strength now but I try
And I don't want to, I don't want to
I don't want to to speak now of what's gone by
'cause no matter what I say no matter what I do
I can't change what happened
No matter what I say, no matter what I do
I can't change what happened
You just slipped through my fingers
And I feel so ashamed
You just slipped through my fingers
And I've paid


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"A Natural Disaster" as written by Daniel Cavanagh

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    General CommentThis song is about loss. The loss of someone very dear and very close. It could be a sad break-up or a tragic death.

    Personally, a dear friend of mine tragically and unexpectedly passed away at the young age of thirty recently and this song makes me think of her and my feelings toward her.

    She just slipped through my fingers and I'm crying on the inside but no matter what I do, no matter what I say I can't change what happened
    DirtyDogon February 12, 2019   Link

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