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I been walking around here today
Like there's nothing to do
Letting all the walls come down
I tried so hard to live up to
And when I notice how much I'm still caring
And I feel what a cold empty stare I've been staring
I realize I've let me start thinking about you again
Well I managed to answer the phone
But yet I don't speak
And I don't hear a word that they're saying
Until they ask what's wrong with me
When I notice the dial tone is blaring
And I feel what a cold empty stare I've been staring
I realize I've let me start thinking about you again
Well there aren't enough channels on the T. V.
Too much coffee to drink
Well a good book is just a cover
When all I can do is think of you
When I notice how much I'm still caring
And I feel what a cold empty stare I've been staring
I realize I've let me start thinking about you again
Ohh baby
I realize I've let me start thinking about you again



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