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(Mark D. Sanders/Lisa Silver/Randy Albright)

I just called to say I had revelation last night
Somewhere in the dark
I saw a little ray or light
Tellin' me I don't need this negativity
It's time to restore my sanity

That's enough of this cryin'
And enough of this whinin'
And enough of this over-react
That's enough of this all day every day
Thinkin' maybe someday your comin' back
That's enough of that

Last night was the last night
Today is the very first day
Got a new way of thinkin'
Gonna throw the old one away
You might have half a mind to reappear
But I've made up my mind and I'm outta here

That's enough of this cryin'
And enough of this whinin'
And enough of this over-react
That's enough of this all day every day
Thinkin' maybe someday your comin' back
That's enough of that

That's enough of this cryin'
And enough of this whinin'
And enough of this over-react
That's enough of this all day every day
Thinkin' maybe someday your comin' back
That's enough of that
That's enough of that
That's enough of that
That's enough of that



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