Someday

Album: Fight For Love (2009)
  • Woke up this morning
    Needed to talk
    Picked up the phone and started to call
    And that's when it hit me
    That you were gone

    So many questions
    Things they've been said
    So much confusion
    Going around in my head
    And so many reasons that just
    Don't' make sense

    [Chorus:]
    I cry to carry on
    But something's missing inside
    I just want to know if you're above me
    Show me some kind of sign

    Do you still hear me
    When I call your name
    Do you with me when I loose my way
    When it gets hard let me know what to do
    Ohhh yeah

    You always told me that you never go
    I need you to show me that I'm not alone
    Do you still hear me when I sing for you
    Show me you do

    How do I start to
    Make sense of what's left
    Still carry the memory of you
    In my head
    And I'm just not ready to let you
    Go yet
    Ohhh nooo

    But I know you're proud of
    The man that I am
    I know you'd want me
    To go on ahead
    And I give it all just to see you again.

    [Chorus]

    Do you still hear me
    When I call your name
    Do you with me when I loose my way
    When it gets hard let me know what to do
    Ohh yeah

    You always told me that you never go
    I need you to show me that I'm not alone
    Do you still hear me when I sing for you
    Show me you do

    I know that I see someday
    Ohh someday
    I will see you again
    I will see you again
    Someday, ohh someday
    I will see you again
    I will see you again Writer/s: FINN BJARNSON, JOHN HANCOCK, RYAN RADDON, BECKY JEAN WILLIAMS
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Ultra Tunes, Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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