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This is about a girl me and a friend know who developed a brain tuma, from her sister's point of view.

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It Feels Like I Miss You
Tom Parson & Emily Galvin 2005

Verse 1
Remember when we
Lived our lives so peacefully/perfectly
You were always, always there for me

But something in your eyes,
I could not describe
You left me alone and
I did not know why

Verse 2
But a part of me
Moves on, moves on, forgets the pain
Leaves your memory in the rain

But the person inside of me
Begins to see
Life in a minor key's
Not how I thought it'd be

Chorus
(Lonely and Cold)
Lying here all on my own
Wondering when
When you're coming on home

Realisation hits
I don't know why it
Feels like I miss you

Verse 3
Looking back now
I see, I see where it started.
Emptiness, love was half-hearted

Nowhere to go to
Get away from it
The fighting the shouts
The screams I wished it
So much I wanted it
To be different.

[ Chorus ]

Bridge
I wish I could have changed it
I wish I could have made it
I wish I could have changed it
I wish I could have made it

Better for the both of us
Instead I let you abandon us

You went away, we let you die
You left us here, alone tonight
Sitting here, alone in the hall
Won't ever see your face no more

You went away, we let you die
You left us here, alone tonight
Sitting here, alone in the hall
Won't ever see hear your voice no more


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