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Allison Moorer – Still This Side Of Gone lyrics

If I don't move an inch if I don't make a sound
Maybe you'll forget and decide to stick around
Even though I know it's hopeless at best
I'm gonna fool myself

While you're still this side of gone
While you're still this side of gone

When did you decide I wasn't good enough
I wish I had known instead of getting my hopes up
They're hanging by a thread heavy in the air
But let them linger there

While you're still this side of gone
While you're still this side of gone

Stay a little longer
Till I'm a little stronger
And I can face the love-shaped hole you'll leave

Nothing I can say nothing I can do
I'm down on my knees calling on St. Jude
Maybe he will hear this broken-hearted prayer I pray
And send a miracle my way

While you're still this side of gone
While you're still this side of gone



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