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​This World Holds Nothing (Since You're Gone)

This song is by Stonewall Jackson and appears on the album Stonewall Jackson Country (1967).

I don't like the sunshine I don't see the stars
I just hate the moonbeams that's shining where you are
I don't like the places where we walked arm in arm
This world holds nothing since you're gone

I don't see the robins nor hear the bluebirds sing
The winter could be summer and autumn might be spring
I don't know or care for friends we've known so long
This world holds nothing since you're gone

I know I'm bound to meet you upon the street some day
And you'll be with your new love and I'll have to turn away
Oh how I'll dread that moment because I can't stand the pain
To see two hearts just passing that'll never love again

I don't see the robins nor hear the bluebirds sing
The winter could be summer and autumn might be spring
I don't know or care for friends we've known so long
This world holds nothing since you're gone
This world holds nothing since you're gone

Written by:

Claude Southall; Jack Schneider