I'm Gone

Album: See The Light (2007)
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  • I'm gonna give leavin' a brand new meaning
    Show you how it feels to be alone
    I can't find the rhyme within her reason
    Guess it's time for me to just move on
    I'm gone, I'm gone

    Chorus:
    You know I'm gone, travelin' down this lonely road
    You know I'm gone, a friend of the wind and the sky's my home
    You know I'm gone, travelin' down this road yet I'm all alone
    I'm gone

    Another coffee, smoke filled Sunday morning
    She's in the other room but not at home
    I tried everything to please that woman
    The beauty's in the sparkle not the stone
    I'm gone

    (Chorus)

    I don't worry about tomorrow
    I'll find out a mile on down the road

    (Solo)

    (Chorus x2) Publisher: DO WRITE MUSIC LLC
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