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Finley Quaye – Living Without You lyrics

As I arrive, (know that I'll survive)
I have to leave again
Hello what's your name,
Try to call me insane,
Goodbye to the shame
Goodbye to blame
Living without you
Sure ain't easy.

From social works into a,
Social scene,
Hello what's your name?
Try to cal me insane,
Goodbye to the shame
Goodbye to the blame
Living without you
Sure ain't easy lord

I have often been acquainted
And often had to leave
From school to occupation
From women to children

As I arrive (know that I'll survive)
I Have to leave again (know that I believe)
Hello what's your name?
Try to call me insane
Goodbye to the blame
Goodbye to shame
Living without you
Sure ain't easy lord
From social work into a
Social scene
Hello what's your name?
Try to cal me insane
Good bye to the shame
Good bye to blame
Hello to the flame
Hello to a change
Livin' without you
Sure ain't easy lord
Living without you
Sure ain't easy
Hello what's your name
Try to play the game
Hello to the flame
Hello to a change
Living without you
Sure ain't easy
Living without you



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