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I used to believe in diamonds and things
I used to believe in you and me but now I believe in nothing
I used to wake up in the morning and reach for that bottle of glass
But I don't do that anymore kicked my habits out the front door
And I'm always talking to somebody else and she doesn't even know my face
I don't know how I feel I'm all over the place
And when I go out I don't feel anything
I just keep on spending my money
One day it will be gone and then I'll have to write another song
What a year this day has been
What a day this year has been
Please don't get me wrong I just don't know where time has gone
What a year this day has been
What a day this year has been
Please don't get me wrong I just don't know where my money has gone



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