Too Far Away - Soil

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i took your hand
you slipped away from me
i understand
why you have to leave

I’m not alone i try
holding on for life
you can not hear my cries no more, no more

heaven took you far away from me
left me empty and alone
heaven took you far away from me
too far away for me to go

it’s getting late
I’m right here next to you
I’m glad i stayed
to see the last of you

I’m not alone i try
holding on for life
you can not hear my cries no more, no more

heaven took you far away from me
left me empty and alone
heaven took you far away from me
too far away for me to go

the last breath is fading from your lips now
the warmth is leaving from your hands
you’re slipping further away
slipping away
slipping far away

heaven took you far away from me
left me empty and alone
heaven took you far away from me
too far away for me to go
(too far away for me to go)

heaven took you far away from me
left me empty and alone
heaven took you far away from me
too far away for me to go

i took your hand
you slipped away AZ

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There is more than one artist with this name: 1) SOiL is a four-piece metal band from Chicago, formed in 1997 by ex-members of renowned death metal acts Broken Hope and Oppressor. After three efforts (the EP SOiL, the EP El Chupacabra and the first album Throttle Junkies), they gained international success with their album Scars. Their success was helped by singles such as Halo and Unreal, which bear their distinctive harsh but emotional and melodic sound. Current members
- Ryan McCombs – Vocals (1997–2004, 2011-present)


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