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A little piece of something
Falling gently down down down
No one understands you like I do
I'd rather be beside you
Everything we know so well
Tell me what you feel now
Show me what you think of it
It's not about us anymore
It's all about the reasons
That we think we're fighting for
It's not about hate
It's not about pain we always feel
I know we have our problems
But we're not the only ones
It's not about you it's not about me
It's not about anger
It's more about the loneliness we feel
How can I begin to
Ask for some forgiveness
For all that we have taken
There's nothing left now
Just a little piece of something
Falling gently down down down
No one understands you no no
Like I do
There's nothing left now
It's not about us anymore
It's all about the reasons
That we think we're fighting for
It's not about hate
It's not about pain we always feel
I know we have our problems
But we're not the only ones
It's not about you it's not about me
It's not about anger
It's more about the loneliness we feel
It's not about us
It's not about hate
It's more about the loneliness we feel, can you feel it
It's not about anger
It's not about wanting
I know we have our problems
But we're not the only ones, we're not the only ones
It's not about you, it's not about me...



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