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Roy Orbison – What About Me? lyrics

You're happy now yes, it's plain to see
You're not concerned with your old used to be
You could at least show some sympathy
You're happy I see, what about me?

You pass me by with your head up high
You've no regrets since we said goodbye
You've got no heartaches or misery
You're happy I see, what about me?

What about me? What about me?
Those sweet words you said were just words to deceive
What about me? What about me?
I live with the promises you didn't keep

Someday you'll find your love untrue
You'll feel the same way I feel about you
You could at least show some sympathy
You're happy I see, what about me?

You could at least show some sympathy
You're happy I see, what about me?
What about me? What about me?



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