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Katrina Carlson – First To Say Goodbye lyrics

Late nights alone in the kitchen
Trying to separate fact from fiction
I'm going crazy, how much more can I take
It's getting dark, the walls are talking
I'm giving up, but then you walk in
Reachin' out to hold you, but it's all a mistake if

It's over, I don't wanna be afraid to say
It's over, maybe we're better off this way
It's over, love either grows or it dies
But no one wants to be the first to say goodbye

You used to get me I got you
Now nothing ever seems to get through
I'm trying to feel you, but the feeling is gone
Your side of the bed's been empty
Even when you're there it's empty
My heart is breaking, but I've got to be strong if


Never say never, never say forever
You know I love you, but we just can't stay together
Cause it's

Over... now it's
Over, who's gonna be the one to say
It's over, who's gonna turn and walk away
It's over, love either grows or it dies
But No one wants to be the first to say... goodbye

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