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Okay we get it, nobody's as scene as you
And everybody's seen your new tattoo
Well no one is impressed
But as for all the rest that lied to you
They'll probably never tell
Ask me if I'm sorry, well

Two thousand miles no will never be enough
And Phoenix can keep you
I hope you're better off without me
Because here in Georgia
Everybody's happy

(Go! )
Whoa, those lips are nice
But they're about as fake
As the words that you'll say though them
Yeah, with your chest to match
No I don't want you back
Ask me if I'm sorry
It's you that I'm sorry for

Two thousand miles no will never be enough
And Phoenix can keep you
I hope you're better off without me
Because here in Georgia
Everybody's happy

Without you around
Without you in this town
I can finally see so clear
Without you here

And after all that we've been through
I will not forgive you

Two thousand miles (Woah)
Two thousand miles (Woah)
I hope you're better off without me
Because here in Georgia
Everybody's happy

Without you around
Without you in this town
(I can finally see so clear)
Without you



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