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It's been a year
You haven't called but I forgot what it sounds like to hear you talk

And I'm okay, I'm just fine
Up here trying to bide my time
Saving up, running out
Trying to get back to what was mine

And yeah it hurts to hear your voice
After every girl and boy
Told me what you did last year
Yeah, that was hard to hear

But I'm okay, I'm just fine
Up here trying to bide my time
Saving up, running out
Trying to get back to what was mine

And you're out there, living life
Too busy to call just to pass the time
But that's okay, yeah that's alright
You'll think of me every time you look at those city lights

(You look at those city lights)

And I'm okay, I'm just fine
Up here trying to bide my time
Saving up, running out
Trying to get back to what was mine

And you're out there just living life
Too busy to call just to pass the time
But that's okay, yeah that's alright
You'll think of me every time you look at those city lights



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