Forever

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  • Another cheap hole as hotel room.
    Another place another show.
    Another meaning less
    Destination with nowhere to go.

    Another time to say "I love you"
    Another time to say "good night"
    Another time to hear a dial tone
    'Cause no one wants to fight.
    Why should we fight?

    'Cause I can see it in you're eyes
    Is the sparkle gone forever?
    Don't say forever!
    And I can feel it when we touch
    Is the fire out forever?
    Don't say forever!

    Another time to miss a birthday
    Another time to miss my flight
    I've missed so much, that I don't know what I have
    And what I thought I mind
    What I mind 'cause

    I can see it in you're eyes
    Is the sparkle gone forever?
    Don't say forever!
    And I can feel it when we touch
    Is the fire out forever?
    Don't say forever!

    Now I'm lying beside you
    A stranger in you're arms.
    We drift apart together
    And come back like a storm
    Like a storm

    Another show up Decatur
    Another one in San Antone
    Somewhere else in this equator,
    Takes me far away from home
    I'm coming home 'cause

    I can see it in you're eyes.
    The sparkle shines forever
    This is forever
    And I can feel it when we touch
    The fire burns forever
    This is forever Writer/s: JON SECADA, JAMES SAMUEL III HARRIS, TERRY STEVEN LEWIS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Foreign Imported Productions & Publishing, Songtrust Ave, DistroKid
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