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(dwight yoakam, kostas)

I hear you walking across the floor
I think that I'm dreaming
'til I hear you shut the door
I wake up crying and calling your name
Nothing's changed here without you
I start every day the same

The same old sun comes up to shine
On this old bed at the same old time
I tell myself he same old lie
I've got you off my mind

I feel your body lyin' next to mine
I reach out in the darkness
But you're not there for me to find
There's only sorrow, followed by pain
Nothing's changed here without you
I start every day the same

I see your sweet lips softly kiss me goodbye
I taste the salt of my tear drops
As they fall down from my eyes
I take a deep breath
But it's only in vain
'cause nothing's changed here without you
I start every day the same
No, nothing's changed here without you
And I start every day the same



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