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Postcards and letters
Pictures made to last forever
To Be boxed up
And tossed away
Nick-Nacs and Souvenirs
In an afternoon
They're out of here
They'll disappear without a trace
What they mean to me can never be replaced

[chorus]
I can't unthink about you
I can't unfeel your touch
I can't unhear all the words
Unsay all the things that used to mean so much
I wish I could unremember
Everything my hearts been through
Im finding out it's impossible to do
Oh, it's no use
I can't unlove you

Interstates and old songs
Like time they go on and on
I guess I could learn to do the same
I could wake up without you
These two arms not around you
Tell myself it's meant to be this way
No matter how I try
Some things I can't change.

[chorus]
I can't unthink about you
I can't unfeel your touch
I can't unhear all the words
Unsay all the things that used to mean so much
I wish I could unremember
Everything my hearts been through
Im finding out it's impossible to do
Oh, it's no use
I can't unlove you


I wish I could unremember
Everything my hearts been through
Im finding out it's impossible to do
Its no use
I can't unlove you



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