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I saw her through the window today
She was sittin' in the Silver Spoon cafe
I started to keep going
But something made me stop
She used to love me a lot

She looked lonely and I knew the cure
Old memories would win her heart for sure
I thought I'd walk on in there
And give it my best shot
She used to love me a lot


I sat down beside her and she smiled
She said where have you been it's been awhile
She seemed so glad to see me
Lord, I could read her thoughts
She used to love me a lot

She used to love me with a love that wouldn't die
Looking at her now I can't believe i said good-bye
It would only take a minute to turn back the clock
She used to love me a lot

Well I reminded her how good it was back then
I said you know it's not to late to start again
We could spend a night together
Take up where we left off
She used to love me a lot

Then I panicked as she turned to walk away
As she went out the door I heard her say
Yes I'm in need of something
But it's something you ain't got
But I used to love you a lot


Chorus

She used to love me with a love that wouldn't die
Looking at her now I can't believe she said good-bye
It would only take a minute to turn back that ol' clock
She used to love me a lot
She used to love me a lot
She used to love me a lot ...



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