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When I called, I heard you say, "Tell her I'm out."
And don't you know I'm smart enough to figure you out?
You said, "Come on we need to talk, let's go for a ride."
But you don't have to say a thing, I can read your mind

I hear the song on the radio playing loud
I might forever hear the words you thought would let me down

Hey, yeah, yeah, but my heart breakin'
Hey, yeah, yeah, but my heart breakin'
It didn't make a sound

We sat up all night while you apologized
And I think you were surprised to see me smile

But all I heard was the sound of the freedom bells ringin'
And I bet you thought I would be breakin' down

Hey, yeah, yeah, but my heart breakin'
Hey, yeah, yeah, but my heart breakin'
It didn't make a sound
It didn't make a sound

Hey, yeah, yeah, but my heart breakin'
Hey, yeah, yeah, but my heart breakin'

Hey, yeah, yeah, but my heart breakin'
Hey, yeah, yeah, but my heart breakin'
It never made a sound
It didn't make a sound
It didn't make a sound
It never made a sound

Go ahead and leave me, darlin'
You won't ever see me cryin'
You'll never hear my heart breakin'
It didn't make a sound

It didn't make a sound
It never made a sound



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