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The tree Gees : How much i love you with Lyrics







(lyrics and music Alex Sammarini)
Here in that place of the heart
where some fears live from the start
I hear things left unsaid
creatures of the pain
we see the storm within our house
universes that collide
why I made you cry again
when I wish I could say
  
how much I love you
how much I care about you
how much I love you
but this could be our last goodbye
 
kiss the flames and feel the cold
it's the strangest kind of love
angry again, words in vain
when wish we could say
 
how much I love you
how much I care about you
how much I love you
but this could be our last goodbye
 
I can't hide from this cruel desire
cause it's a feeling that can keep me alive
until we'll take our lives
to change them inside
and open the hearts, close the doors to doubts
 
and if tomorrow I could say goodbye
you know that could be something else in my mind
something else to say like
 
how much I love you
how much I care about you
how much I love you
but this could be our last goodbye

a big thank you to Alex Sammarini for sharing the lyrics 


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