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I`m not the one to tell you what clothes to wear
I`m not the one who talks about your hair
I`m not the one to show you how I feel inside
I`m not the one to say how much I care

Everytime you cry
I cry just a little bit, cry just a little bit
When you say goodbye
I die just a little bit, cry just a little bit more

I know it`s late, I guess I should have called today
I know you`re tired of waiting by the phone
I know you said you just don`t know how long you`ll wait
I know that you can live your life alone

Everytime you cry
I cry just a little bit, cry just a little bit
When you say goodbye
I die just a little bit, cry just a little bit more

In a world where there`s no one to turn to
In a world where you think there`s no one but you

But everytime you need someone to dry your eyes
You call my name and know that I`ll be there

Everytime you cry
I cry just a little bit, cry just a little bit
When you say goodbye
I die just a little bit, cry just a little bit
Everytime you cry
I cry just a little bit, cry just a little bit
When you say goodbye
I die just a little bit, cry just a little bit more



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