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Rosette – How Can Sorry Ever Mend A Broken Heart lyrics

What can I say,
When words can't make it better?
What do I do,
When I can't forgive myself for what I've done?
Where can I go
When memories are tearin' me apart
How can sorry ever mend a broken heart?

How can I hope,
When everything is hopeless?
Why do I try,
When nothing I can do will bring you back
Why do I dry,
My crying eyes when I know the tears will start?
How can sorry ever mend a broken heart?

Ohh

You only ever treated me so kind
Must of been stupid outta my mind
I let you down one to many times
Ohhh

Where can I go
When memories are tearin me apart
How can sorry ever mend a broken heart?

Oooh

How can I have messed it up so bad?
Thrown away everything we had
Looked in the mirror don't know who I am
Ohh nooo nooo

What can I say
When words can't make it better
What do I do
When I can't forgive myself for what I've done?
Where can I go
When memories are tearin' me apart
How can sorry ever mend a broken heart?
Oooh
Why do I dry,
My crying eyes when I know the tears will start?
Oooh
How can sorry ever mend a broken heart?



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