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I walked a thousand miles last night and never left my room
My tremblin' hands kept waitin' for the phone
I counted every crack that's in the ceilin' and the wall
With out you baby, half of me is gone.

I realize the many times I was unfair
And darlin', hurtin' you I know was wrong
I hope that you'll forgive me for the fool I was
And find it in your heart to come back home.

I walked a thousand miles last night and never left my room
My tremblin' hands kept waitin' for the phone
I counted every crack that's in the ceilin' and the wall
With out you baby, half of me is gone.

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Well, nothin' been the same since you walked out that door
My lonelyness is more than words can say
Night and day the only thought that's on my mind
Is having you to come back home to stay.

I walked a thousand miles last night and never left my room
My tremblin' hands kept waitin' for the phone
I counted every crack that's in the ceilin' and the wall
With out you baby, half of me is gone...



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