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THE SINGER
by WILLIAM THOMAS KINSEY

THE SINGER SINGS A LONELY SONG
IN TONES SO SOFT AND LOW
YOU LISTEN OF THE SADNESS
THESE ARE FEELINGS THAT YOU KNOW

WHO DOES HE SING ABOUT?
THE WORDS ALL SOUND LIKE ME
SAD, SO SAD, THE LONELY SONG
AS SAD AS SAD CAN BE

HE SINGS OF LOVE, LOST IN TIME
A LOVE THAT CANNOT BE
HE SINGS ABOUT A BROKEN HEART
HE SINGS A SONG OF ME

HE SINGS THAT HE CANNOT FORGET
HER LOVE, HER HEART, HER TOUCH
HE SINGS- HIS LIFE IS OVER NOW
NO ONE ELSE COULD MEAN SO MUCH

HE SINGS- HE'LL WAIT FOREVER
ALL THIS LOVE WAS MEANT TO BE
HE SINGS HIS SAD AND LONELY SONG
HE SINGS A SONG OF ME
        
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Poem ID: 59404   Poem Posted: 5/24/2001
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