Dying to See Her

Album: Love and War (2017)
  • Imagine her
    Standing there
    Young again
    Long brown hair
    As he crosses over
    To the other side
    She smiles at him
    He runs at her
    With arms open wide

    She was his reason for living
    She was his rock and his best friend
    They'll be reunited in heaven
    'Cause he's dying to see her again

    He went downhill (he went downhill)
    Once she was gone (once she was gone)
    Lost the will, to carry on
    They couldn't find nothing wrong (they couldn't find nothing wrong)
    No matter what they did
    But I know the answers in the picture frame that's sitting by his desk

    She was his reason for living
    She was his rock and his best friend
    They'll be reunited in heaven
    'Cause he's dying to see her again

    As the doctors come running
    I overhear a nurse say "were loosin' him"
    We've been losing him since he lost her

    'Cause she was his reason for living
    She was his rock and his best friend
    They'll be reunited in heaven
    'Cause he's dying to see her again Writer/s: BILL ANDERSON, BRAD PAISLEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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