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Hello, little darlin'.
Can't see why you're cryin'.
Don't even know why you came by so soon.
And I know that you love me.
Remember that you left me.
Why were you so afraid of the truth?
Now, no, no.
Now, no, no.
Hello, how you doing?
Hope I did not ruin any plans you had to pull me through.
So sit down at my table.
We'll talk about and label all the things you claim to be untrue.
Now, no, no.
Now, no, no. (ah...)
I see you driving out of town.
I just hope some how (ah...) you'll be alright again. (ah...)
I see you driving out of town.
I just hope some how (ah...)we'll be alright again.
Now, I told you right from the start
That I don't want to play the part of being the blame for a brokenhearted fool.
And, now that I don't see you much,
I wish that we had stayed in touch.
I don't know what I would say or what you think I would do.
Now, no, no. now, no, no. now, no. now, no, no. now, no, no. (ah...)
I see you driving out of town.
I just hope some how (ah...) you'll be alright again.
I see you driving out of town.
I just hope some how we'll be alright again.



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