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Ron Pope – Only God Knows lyrics

Sitting right outside your house
Don't know when the fire went out
Drinking in my Sunday clothes
Don't ask me what went wrong, only God knows
Mmm, only God knows

Now I've tried my best to understand
How we wreck every chance we've had
These things your face just never shows
Won't ask you what went wrong, only God knows
Mmm, only God knows

And I believe you've found a way
To never give up anything
Just to hold onto yourself
If you'd surrendered from the start
Maybe things would fall apart
But you can't know unless you give in, unless you give in

So now I'm standing all alone
Not sure I can let you roam
Guess I walked this path you chose
Still wonder what went wrong, only God knows
Mmm, only God knows
Mmm, only God knows
Mmm, only God knows



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