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It's Not About Blame lyrics

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Holly Dunn – It's Not About Blame lyrics

(Linda Hargrove/Chris Waters)
Love is gone but feelings linger
There's no point in pointing fingers
Finding fault where there's no fault to find
Along the way we discovered
We are better friends than lovers
Forever wasn't meant to be this time
It's not about blame
It's not about wrong
It's about change and moving on
We were just two people who weren't where they belong
Better to go our separate ways than to regret it if we stay
It's about life and love and time and us
But it's not about blame
We could stay and be mistaken
Longing for the road not taken
Or we could do the right thing and walk out
And baby there's no way of knowing
When we get out to where we're going
We may end up closer then than now
It's not about blame
It's not about wrong
It's about change and moving on
We were just two people who weren't where they belong
Better to go our separarte ways than to regret it if we stay
It's about life and love and time and us
But it's not about blame



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