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Shannon Lawson – Where Would I Go lyrics

(Shannon Lawson/Steve Mandile)

Perfume on a stranger
Lipstick on a glass
An intimate connection
From a passing glance
I see you in every face
As I'm walkin' on my way
I sometimes think
I should move
Someplace far away

But where would I go
I see you everywhere
I try to find a place to be alone
But you're already there
I'm living in the memory
Of a love that's grown so cold
I should leave I know
But where would I go

Town to town
It doesn't matter
It's all the same to me
I'm in love with you
And I've lost myself
When I hold on desperately
This is a lonely world
That you've left me in
I just want to disappear
And start all over again

But where would I go
I see you everywhere
I try to find a place to be alone
But you're already there
I'm living in the memory
Of a love that's grown so cold
I should leave I know
But where would I go

I'm living in the memory
Of a love that's grown so cold
I should leave I know
But where would I go
Where would I go
Where would I go



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