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Bent Not Broken – Missing You lyrics

I never thought that missin' someone could hurt this bad, could hurt this bad
Reflecting on all the good times we had, we had
And now I'm stuck in Detroit missing you, missing you (x2)
Missing someone never felt this bad

My thoughts return to all the summer days when we were together
The time we spent was always the best when we were together
And now you're 50, 000 miles away, away (x2)

And missing someone never felt this bad
And if this is how it feels to be apart, I wish I never met you
And if this is how it feels to be apart, I'm so glad that I met you
But until I see your face again I want you to know
That if you were here with me we'd be going out for sure

I wish I could go back to that place
When we were together
If you just knew, how I longed to see your face, but I can't
And all I hear is your voice on the phone, on the phone
And all I hear is your voice on the phone, the telephone
[Chorus: X2]

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