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Well there's no suitcase by your front door.
There's no saying goodbye.
Ain't no motor out there running, idling in the drive.
You don't have to keep on looking
For some proof your losing me.
You don't have to keep on waiting,
Afraid I'm gonna leave.
Course:
I'm not going. I'm not going anywhere.
We both know it.
Girl, I'm already there.
It's been over, I don't know why
You're holding on when I'm not going,
I'm not going, I'm not going. I'm gone.
What you're hearing is an echo.
What you're seeing is a ghost.
I'm just dust that hasn't settled
Back down on the road.
I went there long ago.
Course:
I'm not going. I'm not going anywhere.
We both know it. Girl, I'm already there.
It's been over, I don't know why
You're holding on when I'm not going,
I'm not going, I'm not going.
Yeah all those times you didn't listen,
I'm those words you can't take back. I'm gone.
Well, I'm gone.
I'm not going, I'm not going anywhere.
We both know it. Girl, I'm already there. I
T's been over, I don't know why
You're holding on when
I'm not going, I'm not going,
I'm not going. I'm gone. I'm gone.
Yeah, I'm not going. Girl, I'm gone.



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