If I Should Hear|
If I should hear that you had died, today
My heart would break, I'd wilt away
My clock would stop, no longer tick
My candle burn down to the wick.
If I should learn, your life was o'er
Upon that foreign, hostile shore
I never could surrender you
And call to God to take me, too.
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