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“Here Without You” performed by 3 Doors Down

A hundred days have made me older
Since the last time that I saw your pretty face
A thousand lies have made me colder
And I don’t think I can look at this the same
But all these miles that separate
They disappear now when I’m dreaming of your face

 

Here without you, baby
But you’re still on my lonely mind
I think about you, baby
And I dream about you all the time
Here without you, baby
But you’re still with me in my dreams
And tonight it’s only you and me, yeah. Oh, yeah.

 

These miles just keep rollin’
As the people leave their way to say hello
I’ve heard this life is overrated
But I know that it gets better as we go, oh, yeah, yeah

 

I’m here without you, baby
But you’re still on my lonely mind
I think about you, baby
And I dream about you all the time
I’m here without you, baby
But you’re still with me in my dreams
And tonight, girl, its only you and me

 

Everything I know, and anywhere I go (oh)
It gets hard but it won’t take away my love (oh)
And when the last one falls
When it’s all said and done

 

It gets hard but it won’t take away my love, whoa, oh, oh yeah
I’m here without you, baby
But you’re still on my lonely mind
I think about you, baby
And I dream about you all the time
I’m here without you, baby
But you’re still with me in my dreams
And tonight, girl, it’s only you and me

Yeah, oh yeah, oh, I’m all alone.

 

 

As usual, this song demonstrates the powerful way 3 Doors Down sing their songs. This time however, they did a masterful demonstration of the feelings and emotions of someone who still can’t accept the fact that his or her beloved has already left for good. Although “Here Without You” was meant to be a love song, you can apply some of words to someone who has finally “rung down the curtains.” As such, you can also have this song sung or played in a funeral service. If you do, you will give a modern touch to the otherwise drab and monotonous way funeral services are conducted.

 

As it always happens, we only realize our need for a certain person when that particular individual is no longer around. This is a truism of life that we carelessly ignore, until we are forced to face the consequences of our negligence. That is why it is always wiser to be grateful for the company and presence of our family and friends. We don’t have the luxury of peering through a crystal ball to know what the future holds. It is better to savor the times that we are all still with each other’s company. Are you looking for songs to play in a funeral service? You can find tons of them at www.songmeanings.net.

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