Hamza Al Saieedy

(1994/7/28 / The-Qar \ iraq)

Let Her Go


Now, I'm alone
the night is gone
it’s a new dawn
forget, move on
let it pass and
let her go, yes..

the night is gone
through the new dawn
forget, move on

oh! let it pass
and let her go

I can’t lye in
the morning ray
No words to say
There is no way

It’s all done
with the rising sun

she used to be,
a piece of me
now, all I see:
the ending night
the shining bright

the night is gone
through the new dawn
forget, move on

oh! let it pass
and let her go

the sun will flew
though soon or due
waiting the night
and the moon’s bright
it’s back again
it will begin

the night is here
so show no fear
hello my dear

oh! let it pass
and let her go...

Submitted: Friday, September 20, 2013
Edited: Saturday, September 21, 2013

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