Colbie Caillat
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Colbie Caillat – Anything At All lyrics

Could tell by the tone of your voice
That this isn't working out
I can tell by the look in your eyes
You've made up your mind you haven't got a doubt

I remember when I first saw you
I remember the way I felt
And you're breaking me to pieces
And I don't know how I deal with this, but if I
Learned anything at all it was to
Always be true to yourself and I know this isn't the end of this
I will fall

Have you ever watched the shadows
Fly across the midnight sky?
I always used to watch the sunset
But it seems that I haven't got the time anymore
But if I learned anything at all it was to
Always be true to yourself and I see what I can do now
I'm gonna try

I've been thinking for days (for days)
I've been sleepless for nights (for nights)
But it all came to me
Driving home crying my eyes out

And if I learned anything at all it was to
Never give in
Cause I see all my dreams laid out in front of me
And for once, it doesn't seem so tough
No it doesn't seem so tough

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