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Lucinda Williams – Learning How To Live lyrics

I'm learning how to live/without you/in my life/
I'm learning how to live/without you/in my life/
I'll take the best of what you had to give/
I'll make the most of what you left me with/
I'm learning how to live
They say the best is still yet to come/
But the taste of you is still on my tongue/
I can't forget and I won't even try/
To erase your image and the way you made me cry/
I'm learning how to live
All I have left is this dimestore ring/
But I wouldn't trade it for anything/
The days ahead will never be the same/
For you I might have even changed my name
I'm learning how to live
I'm learning how to live/without you/in my life/
I'm learning how to live/without you/in my life/
I'll take the best of what you had to give/
I'll make the most of what you left me with/
I'm learning how to live/I'm learning how to live/I'm learning how to live



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