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alexthomasdavis – Losing You Again lyrics

It took me half a year
To tread over the jeers
Half a year to finally get over it
Half a beer to drown all of those tears
Half a brain for all that's really worth it
And I'm losing you again
And I'm losing you again
And you're only young for a very short time
And you're only old for a very long time



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    alexthomasdavisMar 4, 2014 at 3:59 pm
    This song was written part about my dad, then part about girls. It seems I'm losing everything! Its a pretty good song. I do some over dubbing on it or double tracking whatever you want to call it, which works really well..its strange its like verse, chorus, second chorus. I have no idea why my songs always turn out different but I guess its a good thing!

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