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Jaci Velasquez – Something lyrics

How I wonder why
Didn't you feel something
Wasn't your heart jumping
Didn't you have chills running down your spine

Weren't you infatuated
Weren't you illuminated
Didn't you hear music playing
I wonder why

I saw clouds breaking
Felt my whole world changing
So how could you be saying goodbye

Didn't it mean something
Surely you felt something
How could there be nothing in your eyes
Come on and say something
Baby, you gotta do something
How could there be nothing there inside
I wonder why

Footsteps down the hallway
Another tear on my face
Words you'll never say race through my mind

Didn't it mean something
Surely you have to feel something
How could there be nothing in your eyes
Come on and say something
Baby, you gotta do something
Don't leave me here all by myself

Didn't it mean something
Surely you have to feel something
How could there be nothing in your eyes

I saw clouds breaking
Felt my whole world changing
So how could you be saying goodbye



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