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I learned the truth today, oh yeah
Nothing's what it seems
She brke the news to me, oh yeah
And told me he's leaving
I heard she made the most lovely bride
With flowers in her hair
Some how those flowers died
All alone in the world

Happy ever after girl
And now I see her in a store, behind the counter glass
The ladies that she knew before, look down as they pass
It doesn't matter they once were friends,
You have or you have not and then the story ends


All alone in the world
Happy ever after girl

Trades in her diamonds for pearls
Happy ever after girl
I dream about her every night since that day
Falling from a tree
She hits the ground and brushing the dirt from her face
Laughs about the irony (waits for an apology)

We watch her kids play in the park
Then she says to me
I only cry now when it's dark,
So they won't have to see
I'm tired and worn out before my time
Cant recognize myself.
A couple of bottles and I'll be fine
Like everybody else I know


All alone in the world
Happy ever after girl
Trades in her diamonds for pearls
Happy ever after girl



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