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Kenny Rogers Ft. Whitney Duncan

I didn't look over my shoulder
I wasn't ready for this
Didn't see the signs on the horizon
I was so sure that you would never leave
But you did

So sweep away the sand and dry the ocean,
And just pack the moon and stars up in a cardboard box
And stop the clocks from chiming
Block the sun from shining
And paint the sky a deeper shade of blue
'Cause my world's over without you

I know I should just keep going
But I don't know where to start
I never thought I'd see the day when
You'd go and leave me here
With my broken heart
But you did

So sweep away the sand and dry the ocean
And just pack the moon and stars up in a cardboard box
And Stop the clocks from chiming
Block the sun from shining
And paint the sky a deeper shade of blue
'Cause my world's over without you

Maybe some day all the pain will fade
Maybe this hurt will slowly slip away
Maybe some things will never change
And I'll still love you.

Stop the clocks from chiming
Block the sun from shining
And paint the sky a deeper shade of blue
'Cause my world's over without you

My world's over
My world's over without you
My world's over

Stop the clocks from chiming(Stop the clocks from chiming)
And block the sun from shining(And block the sun from shining)
'Cause my world's over without you(My worlds over without you)



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