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    No Goodbye
    BY ONE DAY TO LIVE

    Thereís nothing left to say
    There wonít be another day
    Why didnít you say goodbye

    Thereís nothing I can do
    That will bring me back to you
    Why didnít you say goodbye

    All things left to do
    I donít want miss you
    Why didnít say goodbye
    Whyíd you have to die
    Why didnít you say goodbye
    Cause only the good die young

    We were just starting to have some fun
    Cause only the good die young
    We were just starting to have some fun

    Thereís nothing left to say
    There wonít be one more day
    Thereís nothing left to say

    Thereís nothing I can do
    That will bring me back to you
    Why didnít you say goodbye

    All things left to do
    I donít want to miss you
    Everyday I cry

    Iím alone tonight
    Screaming at the sky
    Why did you have to have to die

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    3 incredible people who are going to be missed tons by millions of people



    'They did everything for their kids'

    Friends are remembering Bill and Sandra Smith as a couple who always did things together and made new friends along the way.

    "I'd say, 'Don't you two do anything just for yourself?'" Jenn MacKenzie, 32, said last night at the first of three visitations for the couple and a daughter who died June 26 on a Virginia highway when their SUV and trailer hit a tractor-trailer.

    Crystal Forth-Hill, 33, recalled hearing through the friend of a neighbour about these "wonderful people" she met while camping and how her family was arranging to go on another trip with that family. She was looking at pictures of the trip on Facebook and realized the couple was the Smiths.

    "They were amazing people, very family oriented," she said. "They were unbelievable. They did everything for their kids."

    The accident has touched many Hamiltonians and hundreds are expected at visitations at Cattel, Eaton and Chambers Funeral Home on Main Street, Dundas, today 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. The crash also killed their daughter Kaylee, 7. Daughter Madison, 9, suffered leg injuries and Genna, 3, a broken collarbone. Madison, in her leg cast, was at the visitation. Bill was an HSR bus driver and Sandra worked at Turkstra Lumber.

    MacKenzie, who worked with Sandra at Beverly Tire, said Madison was a flower girl at her wedding and Bill took video. She recalled him running in and out of traffic to get the best shots of the newlyweds in a horse-drawn carriage.

    "I'm going to miss them," said husband Ian MacKenzie, 34. "They were very genuine."

    A private funeral is tomorrow. A trust fund has been set up at Hamilton Community Credit Union, account 3196800, Branch No. 828, Transit No. 21152

    <font color="#2D7FD5" size="1">[ July 11, 2008 09:38 AM: Message edited by: CanadianGirl ]</font>

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