I Can't Go On Without You

Album: The Harvest Years (1972)
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  • I can't go on without you
    There's a part of me that's gone
    Like a day without the sun
    I can't go on without you

    There is nothing I can do
    And no words that I can say
    All the meanings slip away
    I can't go on without you

    I used to think you loved me so
    Now you have gone and love's no more

    I can't go on without you
    Though I must try to live again
    But my tears fall like the rain
    I can't go on without you

    I can't go on without you
    There's a part of me that's gone
    Like a day without the sun
    I can't go on without you
    Like a day without the sun
    I can't go on without you Writer/s: WOLSTENSHOLME
    Publisher: MUSIC & MEDIA INT'L, INC.
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