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So many nights thought that I was doing fine
Thought that time had chased your picture from my mind
So many times thought my heart was finally strong
Now I find this heart of mine was so wrong
I thought I'd finally learned to get on with my life

I hear your voice-(call)
Your voice (call)
Your voice (call)
The way it used to do
I feel my heart (fall)
I try to keep you off my mind
But every time I do, I hear your voice

So many days I thought that I could love again
But any fool in love would know that's all pretend
You always seem to find your way
Back in my dreams and I can't break free

Chorus

You know I tried so many times just to forget you
I've tried to walk away from you
Oh girl, it's just no use

I hear your voice (call)
Your voice (call)
Your voice (call)
Calling me.. calling me the way...
I feel my heart (fall)
I try to keep you off my mind
But every time I do,
I hear your voice
I hear your voice
I hear your voice



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