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He knelt at a grave side
His face an ashen grey
And as I slowly passed
I heard him sadly say

Wish I'd told you sooner
Just how much you meant to me
I always meant to tell you
But somehow it never came to be
We lived our lives together
And I'm pretty sure you knew
But I wish I'd told just once
How I loved and needed you
We had so many good times
In our delightful loving game
But standing here now alone
Nothing seems quite the same
He stood there silently
With his head bowed
Then said I love you
Said it right out loud

And I walked away quickly,
Feeling so much like a thief
For having intruded there
On another's private grief

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