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We'll I've never been so low on love
And I know I never hurt so bad
I never tried so hard
Just to see it fall apart
Just to lose the sweetest love I ever had

We'll I've never been so low on love
And I know I'll never be the same
I know you meant to stay
So if I drove you away
Oh I know that I'm the only one to blame

They say that every day
Should make me stranger
And one day I won't think of you at all
But every day you're gone the days get longer
And all I do is wait for you to call

We'll I've never been so low on love
And I know that as the years go by
I'll still be lovin' you
When I'm holdin' someone new
And when I think about the tears
You made me cry
I know you never really cared enough
And I've never been so low on love



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