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There goes her memory, kickin' in
It's that same old hurt again
Don't tell me that time heals everything
I've burned that bridge so many times
It's not the ashes in my mind
That make me crazy now and then
It's her memory kickin' in

I tell these arms to stop reaching for her
And these hands that we can't touch her anymore
But my mind keeps playin' games
And my eyes keep seein' things
Oh that looks just like her standing in the door

There goes her memory, kickin' in
It's that same old hurt again
But don't tell me that time heals everything
I've burned that bridge so many times
It's not the ashes in my mind
That make me crazy now and then
It's her memory kickin' in

I threw away the pictures and all the letters
These old walls still echo things she used to say
And when I close my eyes I can see her in my mind
It's almost like she never went away

There goes her memory, kickin' in
It's that same old hurt again
Don't tell me that time heals everything
I've burned that bridge so many times
It's not the ashes in my mind
That make me crazy now and then
It's her memory kickin' in



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