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Today you upped and walked right out the door
Said you wasn't coming round this place no more
And you didn't have to say it's not an act
It's gonna take a whole lot of somethin' to bring you back.

Well, I've treated you the best that I knew how
But what have I got to show for all that now
I've got a broken heart and that's somethin' you seem to lack
It's gonna take a whole lot of somethin' to bring you back.

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Well, it seems a shame to me you'd leave this way
And I never thought I'd ever see the day
I gotta change my ways I see and that's a fact
It's gonna take a whole lot of somethin' to bring you back.

Well, I've treated you the best that I knew how
But what have I got to show for all that now
I've got a broken heart and that's somethin' you seem to lack
It's gonna take a whole lot of somethin' to bring you back...
It's gonna take a whole lot of somethin' to bring you back



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