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(Dean Dillon/Roger Springer)

Every day I rush right home
Just like you were there waitin on me
To put the final touch on one more day
There's always no answer when I call your name
But I act as though nothing's changed
It's easier for me to live this way

As if I didn't know you left me
I pretend you're right here in my arms
I don't see what it hurts to still love you
No, I don't see any harm
So I go on as if I didn't know
As if I didn't know

Every night it's the same routine
Off to sleep in search of a dream
Where we're as happy as we ever were
And I'll admit I've gotten good
At makin 'em end the way the way they should
That way I can deal with all this hurt

As if I didn't know you left me
I pretend you're right here in my arms
I don't see what it hurts to still love you
No, I don't see any harm
So I go on as if I didn't know
As if I didn't know

So I go on as if I didn't know
As if I didn't know



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