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Cat Power – Lost Someone lyrics

I lost someone
A million to one
Ten thousand people
Under my fault

Someone, the one
My one, the only one
That's the someone
The someone, the only one
That someone that I lost

You're nothin' but a stranger
Come on home to me
I'm so weak on my knees
Help me, help me please, please, please
Cook outta money, I love you

I lost someone
One trillion to one
A million people
Under the big old sun, the sea

My one on the street
Lookin' like a bomb
That's my one
That's my someone, he's the one
Please help that one

He's nothin' but a stranger
Bring him home to me
He's so weak on
Both his bended knees
Can you help me, help me please



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