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Some Things Don't Come Easy lyrics

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England Dan & John Ford Coley – Some Things Don't Come Easy lyrics

If I did not love you so
I would not go through all this pain
Id find someone else
But I know it would never be the same
We were made to be together
And I keep on thinking
(chorus)
Some things don't come easy
Some things take some time
Some things don't come easy
Some things take some time
I guess that there was a time
When I felt that you could do no wrong
Youd just be yourself
And the days were there for us alone
But nothing stays the same forever
We both keep on changing
(repeat chorus)
Its me it's you
How to hold on to it
Its free it's new
How to hold on to it
You see it's true
How to hold on to it
Cause to leave you now
Be the hardest thing to do
Im gonna do everything
To regain the feelings that we had
Love you all the way
And forget the things that made you sad
We were made to be together
And I keep on thinking
(repeat chorus till fade



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