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Howie Day – Madrigals lyrics

I' m not so sure what I was dreaming
About but i' m sure it was better
Than this and i' ll hope you suppose
That i' m alright i' m buying you flowers

You told everyone, they know everything
And your madrigals and your silver rings
I still see a flash
From the time I opened my eyes too wide

I couldn' t have asked you to stay
I' m already falling to pieces
From this and i' ll hope you suppose
That i' m alright i' m sending you flowers

You told everyone, they know everything
And your madrigals and your silver rings
I still see a flash
From the time I opened my eyes too wide

I said to know your troubles... (repeat)



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