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Second by second
Minute by minute
I’ve been missing you

Hour by hour
Knocked off of my tower
I’ve been missing you

Three hundred, sixty five days of a broken heart
Twelve full moons just wondering where you are
And I’ve paid for what I’ve done
And I’ve made it through
It just took once around the sun
To get over you

Letter by letter
never got better
when I missing you

stuck in my shadow
never dreamed of tomorrow
When I was missing you

Three hundred, sixty five days of a broken heart (broken heart)
Twelve full moons just wondering where you are (where you are)
And I’ve paid for what I’ve done
And I’ve made it through
It just took once around the sun
To get over you

At the time, I treated you bad
before all the tears
I never knew what I had
I was wrong; I just have to say
I’ve finally moved on
so I won’t miss you today

Second by second
Minute by minute
I’ve been missing you

Three hundred, sixty five days of a broken heart (broken heart)
Twelve full moons just wondering where you are (where you are)
And I’ve paid for what I’ve done
And I’ve made it through
It just took once around the sun
To get over you

Once around the sun
Once around the sun
Once around the sun
it just took once around the sun to get over you



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