Album: I'm Getting Ready (2012)
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  • Uh, when I leave, don't you cry
    When I'm getting on the lucky side
    Who will leave me alone?

    Uh when I've passed don't you cry
    When I'm long and gone, will I decide
    Who will leave you alone?

    Just you live your everyday, like you're running out of time
    Say the things you say, don't leave everything behind.
    Try to find new somethings that won't fade away in time
    These are things I'll always see on your side

    Oh, when I'm lost, don't you cry
    When I've gone away will at his side
    Who will leave me alone

    Uh, when I'm sleeping don't you cry
    When I close my eyes, without your side
    Who will leave you alone

    Just you live your everyday, like you're running out of time
    Say the things you say, don't leave everything behind.
    Try to find new somethings that won't fade away in time
    These are things I'll always see on your side

    Try to find new somethings that won't fade away in time Writer/s: MICHAEL SAMUEL KIWANUKA
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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