Past Forever

  • If I could leave one thing behind,
    Let it touch the hearts of others,
    Make a difference in your time.
    If I could give what you gave me,
    Your beating heart, unselfishly,
    The kind of love that lasts
    Past forever.

    And that's a long long time
    That's a long long time
    What can't be broken
    The kind of love that lasts
    Past forever.
    That's what we leave behind.
    What can't be broken
    The kind of love that lasts
    Past forever.

    If I could leave one thing behind,
    Let it hold the quiet promise
    Of better days to come.
    And I should thank you endlessly
    For the way you made me see
    It's not the destination,
    It's the journey.

    And that's a long long way
    It's what we live for.
    The kind of love that lasts
    Past forever.
    And that's a long long way
    It's what we live for.
    The kind of love that lasts
    Past forever.

    Do you know that I love you?
    Do you know it for sure?
    Do you know that I keep you in my heart
    Forever more?

    And that's a long long time
    That's a long long time
    What can't be broken
    The kind of love that lasts
    Past forever.
    That's a long long way
    It's what we live for.
    The kind of love that lasts
    Past forever, past forever.
    It's what we live for.
    The kind of love that lasts
    Past forever.
    Ooh ooh, past forever. Writer/s: CAROLE BAYER SAGER, JORGEN KJELL ELOFSSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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