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I Still Love You

The door still creaks, the roof still leaks
When the rain comes fallindown
The dog still barks at every car that comes around
My boss at work, he抯 still a jerk
That ain抰 nothing new
I抦 such a dope, my heart抯 still broke
慍ause I still love you

Chorus:
My favorite picture of you is still on my windowsill
You wrote to me don抰 ever change
And I抦 afraid I never will
When day is done the night still comes
And I still toss and turn
I still try to have some pride,
While the bridge still burns
My arms still ache, my heart still waits
And I know there抯 no use
I抦 still a fool and it抯 so cruel
慍ause I still love you

Chorus:
My favorite picture of you is still on my windowsill
You wrote to me don抰 ever change
And I抦 afraid I never will
The door still creaks, the roof still leaks
But that ain抰 nothing new
Thanks for the call, I guess that抯 all
Except I still love you



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