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Singing you were my million dollars
Singing you were my million dollars

I don't think I believe in love
And I don't need the place where I grew up
Slipping by, finally got mixed up
Because being me, it just ain't good enough

I'm gonna fight against the system
And question my decisions
After everything I've given, with no return

Singing you were my million dollars
Singing you were my million dollars
Because I'm down on the floor
Even though I've been here before
Singing you were my million dollars

Sometimes I just don't understand
If faith is real, then why don't we lose our friends
It's how I feel, no I just can't pretend
And now I'll do anything for the win

I think I'm gonna break tradition
Go out and burn some bridges
After everything I've given with no return

Singing you were my million dollars
Singing you were my million dollars
Because I'm down on the floor
Even though I've been here before
Singing you were my million dollars

Singing you were my million dollars
Singing you were my million dollars
Because I'm down on the floor
Even though I've been here before

Singing you were my million dollars
Singing you were my million dollars
Singing you were my million dollars
I don't think I believe in love
Because being me, just ain't good enough



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