You’re Gone

Windshield wipers will wash away
All the branches and soil that remains
But they don’t make the face in the mirror fade

You’re gone, and I don’t think it’s hit me yet
You’re gone, and I don’t think I can forget
What was there and what you left

Brand new blankets will bring me warmth
In the winter when cold comes to harm
But they won’t fill the space inside these arms

You’re gone, and I don’t think it’s hit me yet
You’re gone, and I don’t think I can forget
What was there and what you left

Each day it’s sinking in, and I can remember
I can remember more
Each day I’m coping with these things
I can’t ignore

You’re gone, and I don’t think it’s hit me yet
You’re gone, and I don’t think I can forget
What was there and what you left

You’re gone, and I think i just realized
You’re gone, and I am hoping to survive
What was left when what we had died
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(Track Unreleased)
Music & Lyrics by Jeremiah Clark
Copyright 2009 Jeremiah Clark.

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