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Boy, you let me down
I tried too hard and I feel numb
Now
That crooked smile
And your charm that drew me in
But beautiful eyes,
Can hide so many things

You were my Four Leaf Clover
My pure white dove
You were my lightning strike
My knock on wood
My hope, my faith
My luck and love
Yeah!

You were my shooting star
That lit up the sky
Then you broke the mirror
And my heart died
No hope, no faith
No luck, no love
Just ordinary

Oh, oh, oh
Just ordinary now
Oh, oh, oh

Oh!
I'm not crying
But I thought you were the perfect thing
For me
Don't get me wrong
You can be wonderful sometimes
But then you're lost
And you can't look me in the eyes

You were my Four Leaf Clover
My pure white dove
You were my lightning strike
My knock on wood
My hope, my faith
My luck and love
Yeah!

You were my shooting star
That lit up the sky
Then you broke the mirror
And my heart died
No hope, no faith
No luck, no love
Just ordinary

Oh, oh, oh
Just ordinary now
Oh, oh, oh
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Ordinary
Oh

You were my Four Leaf Clover
My pure white dove
You were my lightning strike
My knock on wood
My hope, my faith
My luck & love
Yeah!

You were my shooting star
That lit up the sky
Then you broke the mirror
And My heart died
No hope, no faith
No luck, no love
Just ordinary

Oh oh oh
Just ordinary now
Oh oh oh



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