Love is where I'd like to spend
Time away from you
Lost the weakest part of this
Taking over me
I can't ease your mind and nothing goes away
Harder to move on and easy to stay away

Float above the world
And yet I still can't find it
then I burned myself in wax
Jesus candle red
You can ease your mind and it will be your friend
We should disappear and then we won't fade away
I can't go on, can't get away
All that I I love is part of my pain
Giving up
You can ease your mind and it will be your friend
We should disappear and then we won't fade away
I can't go on, can't get away
All that I love is part of my pain
Or let's watch our lives taken away
Our love is dead, but can't find a grave
Giving up


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Habib Lyrics as written by Allen A Shellenberger Alan Jay Popoff

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    "our love is dead, but can't find a grave" that line hits too close to home..

    punkerellaon March 30, 2003   Link

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