Wonderful Life

  • Close your eyes,
    And just hear me sing,
    One last long goodbye,
    One last song before you spread your wings.

    There's so much left to say,
    And before this moment slips away

    What a wonderful life,
    For as long as you've been at my side,
    And I want you to know,
    I loved you so

    Then the cold night calls,
    And the tears fall like rain,
    It's so hard letting go,
    Of the one thing I'll never replace

    And soon you will be gone,
    But these words, they will live on

    What a wonderful life,
    For as long as you've been at my side,
    And I want you to know,
    I'll miss you so,
    And though our days come to an end,
    No, I'll never love like this again,
    What a wonderful life my friend

    And all that I am,
    You let me be,
    I will remember you,
    For all that you've done,
    And given to me

    Love will remain,
    This I can see,
    Now and forever more
    Because of you,
    Now I believe
    I believe

    What a wonderful life,
    For as long as you've been at my side,
    And I want you to know,
    I loved you so

    What a wonderful life,
    For as long as you've been at my side,
    And I want you to know,
    I'll miss you so,
    And though our days come to an end,
    No, I'll never love like this again,
    What a wonderful life
    A wonderful life
    What a wonderful life
    What a wonderful life

    And with one last embrace
    As the tears fall like rain you're gone
    And with one last goodbye,
    As you fade out tonight, you're gone. Writer/s: MARK TREMONTI, MYLES KENNEDY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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