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David Hasselhoff – After You lyrics

Sometimes I tell myself I'm leavin'
And I'd like to think I could really go
But it's just my pride, that I'm deceiving
Ў®cause deep inside I really know

After you, who could there be
After you, what's left for me
I'd be lost if you ever go
I'd just be broken in two
Ў®cause who could there be after you

Before you, I was always runnin'
My heart was always chasing someone new
But I could feel the change was coming
When my heart kept on chasing, chasing

After you, who could there be
After you, what's left for me
I'd be lost if you ever go
I'd just be broken in two
Ў®cause who could there be after you

If I thought that someone could take your place
I'd just be kiddin' myself
Ў®cause I know what have to be the fool
To think that I could feel this way for someone else

After you, who could there be
After you, what's left for me
I'd be lost if you ever go
I'd just be broken in two
Ў®cause who could there be after you

Ў®cause who could there be after you



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