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The battle I'm fighting's already been fought
The man I'm losing's already been lost
I've been down this road, I've seen all the signs
She's driving me out of your mind

The thing she's doing's already been done
The heart she's winning's already been won
The wheels are turning, baby I ain't blind
She's driving me out of your mind

Don't know where I'm going but I'm gettin' there fast
Looking in your eyes I see her future and my past
And little by little, night after night
She's driving me out of your mind

Anything worth trying I've already tried
Anything worth saving has already died
Loving you baby's been one long hard ride
She's driving me out of your mind

Don't know where I'm going but I'm gettin' there fast
Looking in your eyes I see her future and my past
And little by little, night after night
She's driving me out of your mind

Loving you baby's been one long hard ride
She's driving me out of your mind



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