I'm dead inside but still alive
My soul it bleeds internally
Thirsting for a sip of your smile
A year ago like yesterday
Lord you know how hard I prayed
To make you stay here for awhile

*Life was better with you here
I know it will take some time to fully heal
before we say Goodbye

Unwanted change is moving on
Still holding on to everything
Just to be your thoughts for awhile
A year ago like yesterday
Lord you know I'd give up anything
Just to have you here once again

Even when I lied you were mine

Lyrics submitted by juice34

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    I love this song. i heard it from The Crow: Stairway To Heaven and haven't stopped listening to it yet. Oh. and BTW after it says "Even when I lied you were mine" It should say "Even when you died, you were mine"

    Speedy_Wooon July 03, 2003   Link
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    aww thats really cute.. i lve the name of the band.. it adoreable, i havent ever heard of them..

    cutec07on August 28, 2002   Link
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    for me it reminds me of a woman I dated in high school then was briefly with before she died 7 years ago

    chraven2045on May 20, 2015   Link

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