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Not so long ago you were true as the setting sun
And for you I had love and admiration
But lately you've been doing things I never thought you'd do
I don't see what I saw when I seen what I saw in you.

I don't see what I saw when I seen what I saw in you
'Cause you don't do what you did when you done what you used to do
I had a lot of faith in you then you did things I never thought you'd do
I don't see what I saw when I seen what I saw in you.

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Now I know that you are no longer in love with me
And it's time that I face reality
About the fact through the years is passing in review
I don't see what I saw when I seen what I saw in you.

I don't see what I saw when I seen what I saw in you
'Cause you don't do what you did when you done what you used to do
I had a lot of faith in you then you did things I never thought you'd do
I don't see what I saw when I seen what I saw in you...



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