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I never knew that we could feel without touching
I never knew that we could speak without talking

Some strange and wonderful feelings, girl, has
to tell myself that we
Could never be more than friends
But all the while, inside, I knew it was real
The way you make me feel

Lyin' here next to you
Time
And I think I may never come down

Nature laughed, I discovered you
Someone I could tell my troubles to
Guess I learned some thing I never knew
You
together with the ones they knew once

There's a salutation that's reserved for heaven's own
Hello again- we're back together
Hello again- we're here
try to tell myself that we
Could never be more than friends
When all the while inside
I knew it was real
The way you make me feel

Lying here next
try to tell myself that we
Could never be more than friends
When all the while inside
I knew it was real
The way you make me feel

Lying here next
try to tell myself that we
Could never be more than friends
When all the while inside
I knew it was real
The way you make me feel

Lying here next
try to tell myself that we
Could never be more than friends
When all the while inside
I knew it was real
The way you make me feel

Lying here next
I wandered again to my home in the mountains 
Where in youth's early dawn I was happy and free 
I looked for my friends but I never could find them
as strong as this
Being betrayed by a good friend's kiss
And could it be that maybe this man missed
The Heaven in His eyes

And I'm not talking about the pie
Belle Starr, Belle Starr, tell me where you have gone
Since old Oklahoma's sand hills you did roam?
Is it heaven's wide streets that you're tying
Jim Reed by the dark of the moon
And your son Ed was blowed down in a drunken saloon

Then there was Bob Younger, you loved him so well
He rode with
try to tell myself that we
Could never be more than friends
When all the while inside
I knew it was real
The way you make me feel

Lying here next
I wandered again to my home in the mountains
Where in youth's early dawn I was happy and free
I looked for my friends, but I never could find them
I
I wandered again to my home in the mountains
Where in youth's early dawn I was happy and free
I looked for my friends, but I never could find them
I
I wandered again to my home in the mountain
Where in youth's early days I was happy and free
I looked for my friends but I never could find them
I
I wandered again to my home in the mountains 
Where in youth's early dawn I was happy and free 
I looked for my friends but I never could find them
than me or you
No one could see his view
Where was he going to?
But he knew
You could tell by the picture he drew
It was totally something new
Oh,
or you
No one could see his view
Oh, where was he going to
But he knew, you could tell by the picture he drew
It was totally something new,
Oh where
never knew heaven could speak 
But in my heart, there is a deep 
There's a deep deep feeling just for you 
And I know this tears will never dry 
When
Words and music by Bob Hartman
Based on Colossians 1:13, Ephesians 2:1-7, Isaiah 61:1,2

You used to play their games
You used to stay the same
They
(Bob Ferguson)

Carroll County's pointed out as kind of square 
The biggest thing that happens is the county fair 
And I guess that's why it seemed
All this time I've been searching
Until you, I was lost in my dreams
And I never knew that love could feel like heaven
Watching over me 

Oh
or you
No one could see his view
Oh, where was he going to
But he knew, you could tell by the picture he drew
It was totally something new,
Oh where
Words by Bob Hartman
Based on Psalm 37:23-24

Standing on the corner I was losing track of time
When away in the distance saw an old friend of mine