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You spend half the time dreaming and the other half's a lie
You don't know where you're going and you don't know how to try
You don't really have a best friend but you think that you're in love
Now all you can remember are the words he used the most
Like the 'lie' in believe
The 'i' in decieve
The 'her' in together
The 'we' in the weather
He said a lot of things I'm sure he meant them at the time
But it's not the end of the world

Well you didn't see it coming cause you never understood
That there's a time to draw the line when things are going good
But you just kept on giving beyond the call of love
And he was kind to rob you blind of the pieces of your heart
Like that part that made you give
And the part that made you weak
When he would softly kiss you
And tell you that he missed you
I know it doesn't seem like what I'm going to say is true
But it's not the end of the world
It's not the end of the line
You know there's more to love
You know there's more to life
And I know there's more to you

Well I can't help but think about you in the middle of the night
I know it's kinda lonely but you have to win this fight
I just wish that I could hold you and tell you it's allright
But it's not the end of the world



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