I Miss You

Album: Bad Love (1999)
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  • Still in my heart after all these years
    Separated by time now by distance
    I couldn't allow myself to feel
    The loss that I feel right now
    As I put this song down

    You're far away
    And happy I know
    And it's a little bit late
    Twenty years or so
    And it's a little bit cold
    For all those concerned
    But I'd sell my soul and your souls for a song
    So I'll pour my heart out

    I miss you
    I miss you
    I miss you
    I'm sorry but I do
    I miss you
    I miss you
    I miss you
    I'm sorry but it's true

    I want to thank you for the good years
    And apologize for the rough ones
    You must be laughing yourself sick
    Up there in Idaho
    But I wanted to write you one
    Before I quit
    And this one's it

    I miss you
    I miss you
    And I wanted you to know
    I miss you
    I miss you
    I miss you
    And I still love you so Writer/s: RANDY NEWMAN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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