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Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Feel A Whole Lot Better lyrics

The reason why
Oh, I can't say
I had to let you go baby
And right away

After what you did
I can't stay on
And I'll probably feel a whole lot better
When you're gone

Baby for a long time
(Baby for a long time)
You had me believe
(You had me believe)
That your love was all mine
(That your love was all mine)
And that's the way it would be

But I didn't know
(I didn't know)
That you were puttin' me on
And I'll probably feel a whole lot better
When you're gone, oh when you're gone

Now I got to say
(Now I got to say)
That it's not like before
(That it's not like before)
And I'm not gonna play
(And I'm not gonna play)
You're game any more

After what you did
(After what you did)
I can't stay on
And I'll probably feel a whole lot better
When you're gone

I'll probably feel a whole lot better
When you're gone, oh when you're gone
Oh when you're gone, oh when you're gone



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