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Your Son Missing You

Author: faideddarkness
ASL Info:    28 - Male - Idaho
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Words: 228
Class/Type: Lyrics /Longing
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My Family moved about over two thousand miles away and one of the things my dad and i would do is we'd go on backing trips and hike mountains.

Your Son Missing You

I stair across the horizon
After climbing this mountain
Leaving behind an agony
Still learning to live in lonely
Branches braking from the heat
As twigs crackling under my feet
But through the darkest woods
I’m still moving on

Sometimes in my mind
I see you in front of me
Leading upon this old trail
Of what it meant to be free
I feel these trials coming down
Remembering how you made if through
And without you beating down this road
I’d never know what to do

When I stand on the highest peak
Looking down
It never feels the same
And when the wind starts to blow
All around
I swear I hear your name
Tears drops from the sky
Moment’s that never die
Your world missing you
Your son missing you

Now here on this fire lit night
Where the dark is swallows the light
And I know this’ll never take your place
I sang this song just to see your face
Soon I’ll be heading back home
Another world that lives alone
Knowing you had once been here
My memories will never disappear

(I know it’ll never take your place
When I sang this song just to see your face
But it never feels the same
Even when I still hear your name
Your son missing you)

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  i miss you charchar :( and so does everyone else. we will always love you. and you will never be alone. we are still here
| Posted on 2010-07-26 00:00:00 | by grimmreaper | [ Reply to This ]

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