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Why dont you love me like you used to do?
How come you treat me like a worn out shoe?
My hairs still curly and my eyes are still blue
Why dont you love me like you used to do?

Aint had no lovin like a huggin and a kissin
In a long, long while
We dont get nearer, further, closer than a country mile

Why dont you spark me like you used to do?
And say sweet nothins like you used to coo
Im the same old trouble that youve always been through
So why dont you love me like you used to do?

Well, why dont you just be like you used to be?
How come you find so many faults with me?
Somebodys changed so gimme a clue
Why dont you love me like you used to do?

Aint had no lovin like a huggin and a kissin
In a long, long while
We dont get nearer, further, closer than a country mile

Why dont you say the things you used to say?
What makes you treat me like a piece of clay?
My hairs still curly and my eyes are still blue
Why dont you love me like you used to do?

Why dont you love me like you used to do?

Why dont you love me like you used to do?



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