★ Lyrics
The Finest Prize
Per Gessle

Lyrics:


She greeted the morning sun
All the seagulls were flying low and she
She started her daily routine
Without thinking without knowing

She smiled when she thought of Jim
All the satellites were standing by and she
She hoped she could tune him in
When she closed her eyes

Oh her life was good and she
She’d won the finest prize
And she
She didn’t feel the pain
It was all in the past
Gone, almost forgotten

He stayed with the garden beds
Any hour any given day and he
He nursed the lilies and violets
Treating them like friends

Oh his life was good and he
He’d won the finest prize and he
He never felt the pain
It was closed in the past
Gone, almost forgotten

Oh her life was good and she
She’d won the finest prize and she
She didn’t feel the pain
It was all in the past
Gone, almost forgotten

Oh his life was good and he
He’d won the finest prize and he
He never felt the pain
It was closed in the past
Gone, almost forgotten








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