This song will be here when you're old
This song will heat you when you're co-old
Believe you when I don't
This song will heal you from your soul

This song will help you find a place to live
And teach you not to take but give
This song will help you in your dying doubts
This song will send your lover flowers

Blessed by this song and the gifts that it brings
Rest by this song and the peace that it brings
Beautiful song it has wings


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    sigh. it's amazing what just one song can do for you ...

    catherinekson August 03, 2002   Link
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    sigh. it's amazing what just one song can do for you ...

    catherinekson August 03, 2002   Link
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    If listening to it is that good for you, I wonder what having it sung to you would do. . . . hmmmm

    ChaosFluro24on August 18, 2002   Link
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    It really is such a beautiful song. :) It just makes me smile everytime I hear it.

    _hideandseekon March 19, 2008   Link
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    yeah beautiful song... i think it's "blessed by this song and the gifts that it brings" in the second last line and " this song will need you when you're old" in the first. i like the different interpretation though... :)

    thirdmanon February 19, 2009   Link
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    this song is making me feel dizy

    Lucanioon April 01, 2009   Link

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