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BEFORE I DIED (Jim Carroll) Jim Reeves - 1963 No need to say you're sorry, no need to feel ashamed If I'm not the one you love, don't feel you're to blame I don't deny it hurts me and this pain is hard to hide But at least I lived a little while before I died I lived long enough to know the sweet thrill of your lips I knew happiness right down to my fingertips You'll always be a part of me, though you can't be mine At least I lived a little while before I died (Instrumental Break) Don't ask me to forget you 'cause you mean too much to me I couldn't even if I tried, too many memories My yesterdays were happy days and each memory's locked inside At least I lived a little while before I died I lived long enough to know the sweet thrill of your lips I knew happiness right down to my fingertips You'll always be a part of me and though you can't be mine At least I lived a little while before I died (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2010)

    


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