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(Bob DiPiero/Chris Waters/Terri Clark)

Do you get the feeling
Even when you're not alone
There's a memory
Making itself at home
And it don't let loose no matter what you do
That's me not loving you

Lately you are sleeping
And you've got the window closed
Yet there's a crack somewhere
Cause you can feel the cold wind blow
And it gets to you, no matter what you do
That's me not loving you

Didn't I tell you when you left
You never would forget the love you could have kept
Now every night in your empty room
The only thing you're holding is the truth
If you hear a heartbeat
Where there really should be two
That's me not loving you

When all you hear is silence
Then you'll know the voice is mine
If the phone don't ring
And the bell don't chime
And that someone new, you'll never get used to
Well that's me not loving you

Didn't I tell you when you left
You never would forget the love you could have kept
Now every night in your empty room
The only thing you're holding is the truth
If you hear a heartbeat
Where there really should be two
That's me not loving you



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