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WHERE WOULD I BE WITHOUT YOU (Singing My Song)

little girl thinking

So, after many attempts, and trying to record between our roof expanding and contracting, squawking birds, cars passing, trains in the distance, and oh! not to forget my voice going up and down lol (I knew how I wanted it to sound, getting it there was another thing) etc etc … I recorded this on my phone. May it bless you.

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Chorus
Oh! Where would I be
Without You
Without You
Lost and alone
Knowing nothing
About You
About You
Where would I be

You still my heart
When its beats are frightened
You still my heart
Given love, now lightened

You still my mind
When its thoughts are scattered
You still my mind
It’s no longer shattered

Chorus
Oh! Where would I be
Without You
Without You
Lost and alone
Knowing nothing
About You
About You
Where would I be

You still my way
When its footsteps wander
You still my way
Now no wish to falter

You still my soul
It was lost without You
You still my soul
Blessed me with future new

Chorus
Oh! Where would I be
Without You
Without You
Lost and alone
Knowing nothing
About You
About You
Where would I be

© 2016 – present Liana Wendy Howarth

Author:

Personalized poems now available … See link at top of page. Author of inspirational and children's poetry, Christian song lyrics, e-book "Fragrance from the Spring", "Sunrays and Lily Smiles and my latest release "When A Child Sings" (Aug 2016) www.poetrycottage.wordpress.com.

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