Without You Karaoke Ayo

Karaoke Without You Ayo

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In the same key as the original: Am

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Lyrics of Without You

Sadness covers my eyes
But still some room to see the truth behind the lies
Now I'm old enough to realize
Who was there for me all my life
Nobody was there for you but you for everybody who needed you
Nobody was on your side except of us and a drug addicted wife
It wasn't easy but you always fought for your family
You sacrificed your life for your kids and for your wife
Where would I be today without you? being there for me all my life
What would I do today without you? taking care of me all the time
Where would I be today without you? being there for me all my life
What would I do today without you? taking care of me all the time
Sadness covers my soul
While I'm singing the song for you to let you know
That everything you did
I appreciate
And I know without you
I wouldn't be here today
You were always there for me you are my best friend daddy
I know I was unfair sometimes with this song I apologize
Where would I be today without you? being there for me all my life
What would I do today without you? taking care of me all the time
Where would I be today without you? being there for me all my life
What would I do today without you? taking care of me all the time
I would be lost wouldn't do anything
Would go the wrong way
I wouldn't even sing
I would be down would be depressed
Just hanging around without prospects
Where would I be today without you? being there for me all my life
What would I do today without you? taking care of me

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