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Over and overI keep going overThe things that you saidThen walked out of my lifeThe chain has been brokenThe words have been spokenThe door it is openAnd waiting for you
Somewhere there's a reasonThere's a reason whyWhy love has to falterWhy love has to die
And I knowSomewhere there's an answerBut it can't tell meWhat I need to hearWhat I need to see, and I go
Over and overI keep going overThe things that you saidThen walked out of my lifeGoodbye is all that comes to meGoodbye is all I can hearSo long, it seems so long to me now, ohh, ohh
Somewhere in the distanceThere's a child who seesLooking for a reasonLooking to be free, and I knowSomewhere there's an answerBut it can't tell meWhat I need to hearWhat I need to see, and I go
Over and overThe things that you saidThen walked out of my lifeGoodbye is all that comes to meGoodbye is all I can hearSo long, it seems so long for me, ahh, ahh, ooh, ooh



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