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Terri Clark – Not Getting Over You lyrics

(Terri Clark)

I woke up at 3 am
And stumbled in the dark
I don't sleep much anyway
Since we've been apart
But that's just one of many things
I've adjusted to so well
Cause I surrendered long ago
And now finally I can tell

I'm getting used to
Not getting over you
Not wondering how to shake
A hurt that won't go away
Not knowing where to turn
Is something I thought I'd never learn
It's really nothing new
I'm just getting used to not getting over you

I head down highway 40
Past the place we used to go
I don't stop to cry anymore
I just drive by real slow
And I don't feel the dagger
When somebody speaks your name
I guess that I'm just growing more
Accustomed to the pain

I'm getting used to
Not getting over you
Not wondering how to shake
A hurt that won't go away
Not knowing where to turn
Is something I thought I'd never learn
It's really nothing new
I'm just getting used to not getting over you

Not knowing where to turn
Is something I thought I'd never learn
It's really nothing new
I'm just getting used to not getting over you
A feeling I can't lose
I'm just getting used to not getting over you



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