Here Until Forever

  • I can't wait to hear your voice again
    I am far from lonely but without you I'm a mess
    I close my eyes and drift away
    And I'm wondering what you're doing now

    When I look at you I see me
    We will always be part of history
    When I look at you I see me
    Forever I will always be

    Mind and soul we are the same
    A hand on your heart, you know I am there
    You are my lighthouse in the dark
    I can see you from a thousand miles

    Forever I will always be

    When I look at you I see me
    We will always be part of history
    When I look at you I see me
    Forever I will always be

    I hope you feel that nothing dies
    I am alive in all you touch
    Close my eyes and drift away
    Wondering what you're doing know
    (Wondering what you're doing right now)

    When I look at you I see me
    We will always be part of history
    When I look at you I see me (I see me)

    When I look at you I see me
    We will always be part of history
    When I look at you I see me
    Forever I will always be Writer/s: Bjorn Ingvar Gelotte, Niclas Ingmar Engelin, Anders Par Friden, Howard Benson
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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