Something Beautiful Remains Lyrics by Tina Turner

June 22, 2014 Death Awareness

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IMG_2269Something Beautiful Remains Lyrics
Artist: Tina Turner
Songwriters: T. Britten, G.Lyle

This song is about death and about the beautiful memories that remain.

 


Something Beautiful Remains by Tina Turner

“Time will ease the pain
For every life that fades
Somethin’ beautiful remains

We’re living in world, stars and dust
Between heaven and all that surrounds us
We’re travelers here, spirits passing through
And the love we give, is all that will endure

Hey now, what we had is gone
But I still remember you
Just like a rose after the rain
Somethin’ beautiful remains

Tears will leave no stains
Time will ease the pain
For every life that fades
Somethin’ beautiful remains

Now the darkness falls
The sun’s going down
One by one, the stars are comin’ out
Tide comes in, washes footprints from the sand
As one day ends a new day must begin

Hey now, though we are apart
You’re forever in my dreams
Hey now, love is lost again
Something beautiful remains

Tears will leave no stains
Time will ease the pain
For every life that fades
Something beautiful remains

And you wonder sometimes how you carry on
When you’ve lost the love you knew
But it’s alright, alright
To your own heart be true

Tears will leave no stains
Time will ease the pain
For every life that fades
Something beautiful remains

Tears will leave no stains
Time will ease the pain
For every life that fades
Somethin’ beautiful remains

Tears will leave no stains
Time will ease the pain
For every life that fades
Something beautiful remains”

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