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No Hellos or Goodbyes

Adam Woodard on July 15, 2010 17:39

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    Hold me closer my dear friend
    Don't you ever leave
    Will you be here in the end?
    Or my heart, will you deceive?

    Many seasons we have shared
    We have weathered many things
    Lovely summers, gentle falls
    Bitter winters, joyous springs

    And when the hands are still
    And the clock is almost done
    I will climb the highest hill
    And I'll head straight for the sun
    And I will find you there
    And tears will fill our eyes
    No worries or despair
    No hellos or goodbyes

    Still hold me closer my dear friend
    Though you say that you must go
    Great changes surely do impend
    Like a foothill we must grow

    A brilliant light has opened our eyes
    It's so bright we look away
    All the colors dazzle and surprise
    No more black and white and gray

    And when the hands are still
    And the clock is almost done
    I will climb the highest hill
    And I'll head straight for the sun
    And I will find you there
    And the tears will fill our eyes
    No worries or despair
    No hellos or goodbyes

    Please hold me closer my dear friend
    Cling tightly through the night
    If one can tear than one can mend
    If one can wrong than one can right

    Onward onward we must go
    Though the land be cold and black
    There is no light without shadow
    And we must find our own way back

    And when the hands are still
    And the clock is almost done
    I will climb the highest hill
    And head straight for the sun
    And I will find you there
    And the tears will fill our eyes
    No worries or despair
    No hellos or goodbyes

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