One last time
I just want one more last time.
One more last touch,
I just want to feel your love.
ONE more last time, I want to feel your face, your hands on my heart, one more last time,
I just want you to hold me.
You were slowly dying in my arms.
I made the choice to let go,
I let my angel fly, fly baby fly.
Everyday my heart breaks,
I want to climb up and bring you back,
but you are back where you belong.
I just want one more last kiss.
I love you my little bird!
On the Wings of a Dove by Julia Gaunt
by Julia Gaunt
On the wings of a dove His spirit takes flight
Rising over and above, it is an amazing sight
We may weep and we may smile
Our hearts fill with love
Imagine his spirit to fly
Wind catching beneath his wings
Flying higher and higher into the heavens and the sky
It is now both with peace and with love
We may offer our “good bye”
On the wings of a dove.
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