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  • There's so many people dying
    You complain about your situation
    What about me?
    Half the world wouldn't know
    What it's like to lose your seed
    Maybe you can understand

    (How I feel)
    I cannot reach that soul
    You're probably watching over us
    Know that I think of you
    It's killing me

    The guilt has lasted years, still cry
    It was all planned out
    Why was I last to know?
    Don't you trust in me?
    The table's cold, it's too late
    To make up for these mistakes
    Maybe you can't understand

    (How I feel)
    I cannot reach that soul
    You're probably watching over us
    Know that I think of you
    It's killing me
    (How I feel)
    If I would have known
    I can't say what I would have done
    If you could forgive
    I'd like to rest with you someday

    (How I feel)
    I cannot reach that soul
    You're probably watching over us
    Know that I think of you
    It's killing me
    (How I feel)
    If I would have known
    I can't say what I would have done
    If you could forgive
    I'd like to rest with you someday Writer/s: MARK CHAVEZ, DAVE DEROO, TIM FLUCKY, KRIS KOHLSLAW, MIKE RANSOM
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Cassey from Conway, Arthanks. that's what i thought it was about when i heard it.
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