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Course Of Nature – Could I've Been lyrics

Could I've been
Something more than what I've become
Really wonderful than some

Then today I heard a sad sad song I sang
And it was wonderful with pain
And stop believing and I started thinking
It could be my mind
That's got me all choked up inside
With thoughts of all thsoe fears I hide
And I stop thinking how I start believing

We could share our time that means nothing
If you aren't mine
I knew you cared about me
Because people love to be loved too

I step aside and watch my life pass me by
You were supposed to be my wife
And stop believing, then I start thinking
And now I find that this thorn stuck in my side
Is all that's left of foolish pride
And I stop thinking now I start believing



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    He thought the grass was greener if he was able to go it alone to only find the pasture was full of fake people wanting to ride on his shirt tail. To be with a star. To feel important in their life. Then he realized the one he left behind could be there by his side and it would have been the real he needed in the fake world he chose.
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