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(I tried to hate you right out of my mi-ind)
I hate you
Oh how I try-y to hate you
I get bitter
Every time you run through my mi-ind
Betwee-een love and hate
There's a little-le thin li-ine
And I'm try-ying to hate you
Right out of my mi-ind
Oh I hate you-ou
Each time I cry-y I hate you
Little drops of anger
Fa-all from my eye-eyes
You sai-aid that you love me
Tell me how could this fool be so bli-ind
And I'm try-ying to hate you
Right out of my mi-ind
Oh ain't it funny
How a hear-ear-eart
That loved you one time
Could be filled with so much anger
For you-ou and your kind
I hate you
Oh, how I try-y to hate you
I get bitter
Every time you run through my mi-ind
Betwee-een love and hate
There's a little-le thin li-ine
And I'm try-ying to hate you
Right out of my mi-ind (oh-oh-oh)
I'm try-yin' to hate you
Ri-ight out of my mi-ind



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