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Another Day has gone
I am still all-alone

Something whispers in my ear and says
That you are living with colors these days
I search you in paintings
And in peacockís wings
Hope I will find you someday
Wondering, how did love slip away

Another Day has gone
I am still all-alone

Something whispers in my ear and says
That you are living music these days
I search you in rills
And in songs of nightingales
Hope I will find you someday
Wondering, how did love slip away

Another Day has gone
I am still all-alone

Something whispers in my ear and says
That you are living with breeze these days
I search you in my hairs
And in curtains
Hope I will find you someday
Wondering, how did love slip away

Another Day has gone
I am still all-alone

Something whispers in my ear and says
That you are living with nature these days
I search you on seashores
And in waterfalls
Hope I will find you someday
Wondering, how did love slip away

Another Day has gone
I am still all alone

Something whispers in my ear and says
That you are living with beauty these days
I search you in motherís eyes
And in Toddlerís smile
Hope I will find you someday
Wondering, how did love slip away

Another Day has gone
I am still all alone

And I my search go on and on



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