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You Cant Measure The Cost

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  1. Lyrics to 'You Can't Measure The Cost' by Bread. The silken skies that so remind and mesmerize And finally blind me The downy softness of herself forever lingering Behind me Never ever has there been.
  2. You Can't Measure The Cost Lyrics: The silken skies that so remind and mesmerize / And finally blind me / The downy softness of herself forever lingering / Behind me / Never ever has there been.
  3. You can't measure the cost of a woman lost But it's a heavy loss to bear when she's not there. Where she is no one seems to know The silken skies have swallowed her up or so it seems. The morning mist that melts upon the meadow Brings a touch of sorrow The one I kissed is all alone And may or may not know tomorrow. Just an ordinary girl.
  4. Jan 25,  · Never ever has there been. Nor will ever be again. One someone to give you love, tenderness and be. Your friend. Hanging on 'till the bitter end. You can't measure the cost of a woman lost. But it's a heavy loss indeed for those in need. I've tried to look inside myself. To find the strength from which to draw from.
  5. Lyrics to "You Can't Measure The Cost" by BREAD: The silken skies that so remind and mesmerize / And finally blind me / The downy softness of herself forever lingering / Behind me / Never ever has there been / Nor will ever be again / One someone to give you love, tenderness and be / .
  6. You Can't Measure the Cost By Bread. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. You Can't Measure the Cost. Featured on Bread. More by Bread. Lost Without Your Love. Baby I'm-a Want You. Guitar Man. Manna. On the Waters. More Bread. Listen to Bread now.
  7. You can't measure the cost of a woman lost. You can't measure the cost of a woman lost. But it's a heavy loss to bear when she's not there. Where she is no one seems to know. The silken skies have swallowed her up or so it seems. The morning mist that melts upon the meadow. Brings a .
  8. You would first sit down and figure out what it costs. Then you would see if you have enough money to finish it. New American Standard “For which one of you, when he wants to build a tower, does not first sit down and calculate the cost, to see if he has enough to complete it?

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