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Well I made my plans,
To leave you far behind.
To put you in my past,
And get you off my mind.
So I took your memory,
On a midnight ride.
Down a dark and lonely back road,
And left it there to die.

But look what followed me home,
I thought I was alone.
But your memory,
It's coming back to me.
I thought I left it behind,
And had you off my mind.
But I see I was wrong, wrong, wrong,
Look what followed me home.

Well I walked down to the river,
At the break of dawn.
With a picture of you darlin',
Up underneath my arm.
I said the heartaches over,
Today is your last day.
And I thanked that muddy river,
As it carried you away.

But look what followed me home,
I thought I was alone.
But your memory,
It's coming back to me.
I thought I left it behind,
Got you off my mind.
But I see I was wrong, wrong, wrong,
Look what followed me home.
Yeah I see I was wrong, wrong, wrong,
Look what follwed me home.



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