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The Wallflowers – See You When I Get There lyrics

I'm looking up
At the moving clouds
I've been hit so hard
This time
I just might stay down
If you were me
I would come back
To get you
If this is love
Then I don't remember
You won't find anyone
To treat you better
We've already been through
Hell and high waters

I ain't sorry baby
Don't think that
We ain't done anything
That I'd take back
Go on pretend
That you ain't changed
And don't worry bout' me
I'll see you when I get there

I'm looking up
At the moving clouds
I've been down so long
But I still think you
Might come around
So I'm making plans
For when you feel better
You just might want
Someone more familiar
You won't find anyone
Else to take you back
Now sometimes you're an angel
But you're usually
A pain in the ass

[Chorus:]

I need your love
Much more than I want it
You left me here
With another bad habit
Now you found paradise
And crawled to the shoreline
I saw a white flash
And then I saw the lids of my eyes

[Chorus:]



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