I Can
by Blue

Album: Roulette (2011)
Charted: 16
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  • "I fear I can't go on", she said
    "I think I would be better dead"
    She knelt, she cried and I held her head
    I thought I knew what she was feelin'

    And I assisted in her suicide
    Now that she's on the other side
    I know what she was after

    And I
    I, I, I can wait
    Inside
    I, I, I can wait

    A cold and wet November's day
    We lowered her into a grave
    I had never seen her look so brave
    No worms consume her body

    And I
    I, I, I can wait
    Inside
    I, I, I can wait Writer/s: ANNE JUDITH WIK, BEN COLLIER, CIARON BELL, DUNCAN JAMES, HALLGEIR RUSTAN, IAN HOPE, LEE RYAN, LIAM KEENAN, NERMIN HARAMBASIC, ROBIN JENNSEN, RONNY VIDAR SVENDSEN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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