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Wurlitzer Prize (I Don't Want To Get Over You) lyrics

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Norah Jones – Wurlitzer Prize (I Don't Want To Get Over You) lyrics

I'm not here to forget you
I'm here to recall
The things we used to say and do
I don't want to get over you
I don't want to get over you
I haunt the same places
We used to go
Alone at a table for two
I don't want to get over you
I don't want to get over you
Outta give me the wurlitzer prize
For all the silver I let slide down the slot
Playing those songs so blue
Help me remember you
I don't want to get over you
A fresh roll of quarters
Same old song
Missing you through and through
I don't want to get over you
I don't want to get over you
Outta give me the wurlitzer prize
For all the silver I let slide down the slot
Playing those songs so blue
Help me remember you
I don't want to get over you
I don't want to get over you
I don't want to get over you



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