Lullaby For Wyatt

  • The world could fall apart
    But you're my heart, my dear
    I will sing this song
    'Till we are gone, my dear

    [Chorus]
    How do I keep you from losing your way
    Hope you'll go out and you'll come back some day
    But love is letting go
    And this I'll know
    'Cause you were mine
    For a time

    I could shape your mind
    But why waste time, my dear
    There's so much more to know
    And I can show you dear

    How do I keep you from losing your way
    Hope you'll go out and you'll come back some day
    But love is letting go
    And this I'll know
    'Cause you were mine
    For a time

    I have held you close
    And breathed your name, my dear
    I was with you then
    And will remain, my dear

    How do I keep you from losing your way
    Hope you will find love like I did, someday
    But love is letting go
    And this I'll know
    'Cause you were mine
    For a time. Writer/s: SHERYL CROW
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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