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Counting Crows – How Can I Live Without You.. lyrics

(original by Cracker)

You can still come and make me coffee in the mornin
You can still come and cook me chicken fried steak
You can live your life with whomever you please to,
As long as someone takes good care of me
You know I don't mind.
How can I live without you
If it means I gotta get a job?
You could still come, bring me those fancy pastries.
You can still come round, crawl into my bed.
You can live your life with whomever you please to,
As long as someone takes good care of me
You know I don't mind.
How can I live without you
If it means I gotta get a job?



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