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I canґt help but wonder how
I would be feeling if
I wasnґt here right now
I finally decided
I donґt need another reason
For leaving you

I laid you clothes out on the bed
Donґt wanna see you here again
Put your keys through the letterbox
And just walk away

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You always get the best of me
Your lies and your apologies
Canґt understand what made me so weak
Well you could try to plea
But sorry is a word that youґll never need
See it donґt matter what you do
Cos I already know weґre through
If it ainґt feeling right whatґs the use
So you could try to plea
But sorry is a word that youґll never need

You can save those crocodile tears
Ainґt no point, tacking back, what you said
Cos I donґt want to hear it no more
Iґm justified in feeling this way. Ooh yeah

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Forget about the two of us
The picture my mind drew of us
Was just a world that I had made belive

So you could try to plea
But sorry is a word that youґll never need

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