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(words & music by tim baty)I woke up this morning and I tried to call you, mmmbut you weren’t there and that put me in despairso I thought that maybe I could lose my mindin the countryside so I went for a ridebut I never stopped thinking about youfound myself wishing you were therejust to be with me, feel the breezesun didn’t smile I didn’t carei decided to try just one more timeto let you know I really love you sobefore I arrived I saw you go awaywith another guy, a tear filled my eyebut I never stopped thinking about youfound myself wishing you were therejust to be with me, feel the breezesun didn’t smile I didn’t carea long time has past since that day I criedlife is fine and I’m doin’ finewhen I’m at home and I feel all alonewell I think of you, try to get a message throughbut I never stopped thinking about youfound myself wishing you were therejust to be with me, feel the breezesun didn’t smile I didn’t care



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