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Someday when I'm over you
And when I think I'm able to
Well, I might try to be your friend again

But your restless heart and rovin' eyes
My jealousy, these endless fights
I've got to get out of your life
Or I will never mend

I guess I'll die a bit each day but I'm always dying anyway
And I don't have the heart to stay, and I can't take the pain
I know we've tried to no avail
Our heaven now has turned to hell
The same old hurt we know so well
And something's got to change

We both know it's got to end
The passion's gone it's just pretent
And one of us has got to make the move
We might as well just give it up
We've lost respect and there's no trust
And without this, there's no real love
It's just some sad excuse

I guess I'll die a bit each day but I'm always dying anyway
And there's nothing left but walk away ain't this a crying shame
A change of pace, a change of heart
A change of place, a place to start
And we'll be better off apart
Our only hope is to change

And we never will
But something has to change

But someday when I'm over you
And when I think I'm able to
Then I will try to be your friend again

But I don't want to see your face 'til then



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