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(without your love)

I still have your picture
By the bed where you used to lay
I still have the memories
That you aint goin' from day to day

I still miss the little things
You used to do and say
I'll always believe in love
Come what may

I'm learning to live
Without your love
All I can do is carry on
Living without you
I'm learning to live
Without your love

Now that you're gone

Whatever the emptiness
Whatever the pain
I won't change my love for you
I'll always feel the same

I'm learning to live
Without your love
All I can do is carry on
Living without you
I'm learning to live
Without your love

Now that you're gone

I'm learning to live
I'm learning to live
I'm learning to live
I'm learning to live

I still call your number
I'm still in love with you
I still believe in love
Maybe that will see me through

I'm learning to live
Without your love
All I can do is carry on
Living without you
I'm learning to live
Without your love

Now that you're gone

[repeat / fade]



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