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Let me see You as I Used to


I always believed without a doubt,

I never needed more than to be told.


But now my belief is shaken,

Swaying in time to the music of the wind.


Reach down and hold me up,

Reach down and hold me tight,

Reach down and protect my eyes and ears from all that would try to pry.


I always believed without a doubt,

I never needed more than to be told.


But now I'm barely holding on,

I only have this thin thread that ties me to You.


Don't let me go,

Don't let me fall,

Don't stop loving me.


I always believed without a doubt,

I never needed more than to be told.


Now it seems like I can't see the light,

It seems like I can't see what's in front of my face.

Please hold me tight to You and take this blindfold from my eyes.



Let me see You as I used to.


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Live like He's coming back today.


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The following comments are for "Let me see You as I Used to"
by NuttyGummy

Me likes
This is good, I can relate.

( Posted by: Brenron [Member] On: August 9, 2003 )

Songstyle
This is heartfelt, and really sounded like a song to me, probably could be, easy. Nice one.

( Posted by: malthis [Member] On: August 12, 2003 )





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