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It's just, it's just
I can't seem to fall asleep these days
And you can't seem to stop digging this grave

'Cause you were only eighteen at the time
And I was holding up these streets just fine
Come on, oh, come on

Place me on your scene and lie fate
Well everything that you ever said to me
No, it wasn't just words
(No, it wasn't just words)
But day after day after day I called out fate

Oh, darling I've been thinking about you
And you are thinking how much farther it was
It's filling up our lives

Don't you just see what's happened?
That we never stay away, come on

Place me on your scene and lie fate
Well everything that you ever said to me
No, it wasn't just words
(No, it wasn't just words)
But day after day after day I called out

(I can barely see the...)
Place me on your scene and lie fate
Staring at the scenery, wait 'til, just wait 'til
Well everything that you ever said to me
No, it wasn't just words
(No, it wasn't just words)
(Staring at the scenery)
Day after day after day I called out

(I can barely see the...)
Place me on your scene and lie fate
(Staring at the scenery)
Well everything that you ever said to me
No, it wasn't just words
(No, it wasn't just words)
(Staring at the scenery)
Day after day after day I called out fate



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