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My heart is missing you!!
By: Rishi Purushothaman
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When you are gone
I feel so alone
I miss you dear
when you are not here
You make my day
Like when the sun shines in May
I need to see your smile
and I wish I could see it more then just once in a while
You are such delight
and add joy to my nights
I want you to know what you mean to me
and oh.. I hope that you can see
My heart is missing you
and I wonder... do you miss me to?
I hope that you do
because I know I miss you!!
I always hope you are ok, and nothing is wrong
When will I see you again.. oh I hope it won't be long!
I need to know that you care
and that no matter what you will always be there
Remember this is for you, my friend
and to you I will send
So keep it close to you heart
and if you do, we will never part.



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