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Tracy Nelson – I Never Loved Anyone More lyrics

Seems like I don’t think about you too much
And I’m not to sure why I thought of you now
Time has a way of numbing your touch
But as I recall when you left me just how much it
Hurt me to stand there, just watching you leave

I couldn’t believe it was true
And for moments we shared
And for souls that were bared
I’ve never loved anyone more

But like I said, I don’t think of you much
There’s someone beside me, who helps me forget
And he showed me how not to think of you now
But when I remember you, I won’t regret
That we didn’t hold on to the dreams that we shared

The dreams that were there to believe in
And for all of the pain, I will love you again
I never loved anyone more

And for moment we shared and the souls that we bared
I‘ve never loved anyone more



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