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Well I tried to be nice, and I tried to be here,
And I tried to be everything all at once.
Well what was it like? No, you're never here,
And I can't be everything.

She told me: "It's all right."
But I'm over you now,
She said: "Hey! It's all right."
And what do you know?

Well I thought of it a lot, and I thought of coming clean,
So did you, and that's a lie.
She said: "Nice timing." And I laid my head on her shoulder,
Was she thinking of you?

She told me: "It's all right."
But I'm over you now,
She said: "Hey! It's all right."
And what do you know?

She told me: "It's all right."
But I'm over you now,
She said: "Hey! It's all right."
And what do you know?

I've got something to say to you,
Does it hurt that we don't talk anymore?
You know that it hurts me too,
The way I'm feeling when you don't call.

Have you got something to say to me?
It must be something, something that you can't see,
I've got something to say to you,
It means nothing though.

She told me: "It's all right."
But I'm over you now,
She said: "Hey! It's all right."
And what do you know?



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