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Song Lyrics - A Song about Pain, Hope and Moving On

Updated on January 5, 2013

Oh, I wonder why

Life can slip down a slide

Hit my soul, tear my pride

Oh, I wonder why

,

Just sitting here

Enveloped by my fears

Why do dreams disappear?

Oh, I don't know why


(chorus)

But I can't walk away

With only one step

Can't be someone else

Only try to forget

Can't wipe out a dream

On a whim and move on

My heart played a song

Now it's gone


I hope and pray

When the rain ebbs away

It might leave me a day

With sweet memories


Tunes in the park

Melody in the dark

We met and a spark

Found my soul


(chorus)

But I can't walk away

With only one step

Can't be someone else

Only try to forget

Can't wipe out a dream

On a whim and move on

My heart played a song

Now it's gone


As I stand aside

On this long, lonesome ride

I will stand tall and I

Will smile again


I've learned now, you see

That my life is for me,

Gotta make it to be

The best I can


(chorus)

But I can't walk away

With only one step

Can't be someone else

Only try to forget

Can't wipe out a dream

On a whim and move on

My heart played a song

Now it's gone


I won't break and fall

Though I gave it my all

Before destiny called

And it shattered


And, when I'm free

Through the trees I will see

The path meant for me

All along


(chorus)

But I can't walk away

With only one step

Can't be someone else

Only try to forget

Can't wipe out a dream

On a whim and move on

My heart played a song

Now it's gone


So help me find tomorrow

A brand new dream to follow

And I might smile again

There might yet be sun

Though right now there is none

Stop the rain


I just can't walk away

With only one step

I can't be someone else

But I'll try to forget

I can't wipe out a dream

On a whim and move on

My heart played a song

But now my song's gone





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