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Say you wanna walk out say you wanna leave
I can tell by the way we make love
You say things you don't believe
It's like your mind says no but your hearts is sayin yes
I felt the one inside that we can...
So I try to confuse you with happiness
Yes I do say

Pre chorus:
God only knows
Are you really are feeling inside
So I... back in...
She said you're runnin with... in the sky

Chorus:
Baby I'm missing you crazy, I'm missing you like crazy
I've been thinking try me seeking wanna...
Who's loving you baby, I'm missing you crazy
I've been thinking try me seeking wanna...
Who's loving you now

All my friends say you're gonna be okay
But days are start to...
And more just to turn to make
And say you wanna be alone
But I see you...
'Cause love is your religion girl you might hate the song
But you love to pain...

[Pre chorus:]
[Chorus:]
Who's loving you now



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    UnregisteredDec 17, 2011 at 3:55 am
    I think this song is about a couple that is together, but the woman's heart is no longer with her lover. She's present in the sense that he sees her, but her mind is somewhere else because she's possibly cheating. She eventually gets to the point where she asks for space, but her actions and body language keeps telling him that there is someone else and he misses what they used to be.

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