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There’ll Never Be Another You      ©2018 Robert George BMI

 

Friends and neighbors ask why I’m still single

They say I should open up and mingle

Though it’s kind of them to ask, they can’t penetrate my mask

And picture what I’m going through

 

They think time will help with healing

All the hollow pain that I’ve been feeling

O but they don’t realize, time will never dry my eyes

Cos there’ll never be another you

 

People said the light of day would find me

When it did it left me searching blindly

There’s no dawn that I could see, to eclipse your memory

You’re the vision in my view

 

Though I know the sun will rise tomorrow

The horizon has no future I can borrow

Ev’ry night and ev’ry day, just arrives to say

There’ll never be another you

There’ll never be another you

 

O how can someone be gone

And yet still go on and on

 

When I feel my soul begin to harden

I walk outside in our moonlit garden

Silent whispers on the breeze, tell me that the night agrees

There’ll never be another you

 

O how can someone be gone

And yet still go on and on

 

Because there’ll never be another you

There’ll never be another you…

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