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You may be wrong, you may be right, we don't need this out tonight
When all is said, I still love you
A lonely day, a lonely night, keeps me on this endless flight
When all is said, I still love you
Oh no, don't tell me about it, oh no, I don't wanna hear about it
Chorus:
Running the endless mile through the lonely night
Trying to chase those dark clouds away
Running the endless mile through the lonely night
Miles and miles away, I wanna sleep all day
You're gonna hear me coming, you're gonna see me running the endless mile
Don't walk away, don't stay and fight, nothing I can do seems right
When all is said, I still love you
Oh no, don't tell me about it, oh no, I don't wanna hear about it
(chorus)
(Solo)
The silence is deafening, I hear my heart moan
The water is getting in, can you hear me, can you hear me
Running the endless mile through the lonely night
Trying to chase those dark clouds away
Running the endless mile through the lonely night
Miles and miles away, you can see me coming your way
Running the endless mile through the lonely night, running the endless mile
(repeats out)
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