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(Sinéad O'Connor)

The memories u bring
Make my eyes both sting
I can't help that pain that's tearing
At my throat and my chest
Where everything is kept
When I start remembering
How the clothes that u wore
Made my heart so sore
I just couldn't think anymore
Of u once u were gone
And it's been so long
I've been carrying on
And if u ever come home in the night
Darling I'd treat u right,
Oh darling I'd treat u right
U got into your car and drove as far
As u could and even further
And no matter how I sang
I just never can
Stop needing your hand
Though got into my own car and drove as far
As I could so that I might forget u
I never could, does that I'm no good?
If it doesn't it should
But if u ever came home in the night
Darling I'd treat u right
Oh darling I'd treat u right
If u ever came home in the night
Darling I'd treat u right
Darling I'd treat u right
And I'd treat u right



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