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Did I ever care about what you said?
Did it ever matter?
But then, you think about it again
And it changes in the end

Did you ever hear what I said?
Did it even matter?
And if we were all the same
Would your dreams be shattered?

It seems to me
You're what you see
When you look inside me
All those words
So full of pride
Will always hit you in the end

Did you ever hear what I said?
Does it even matter?
And if we were all the same
Would your dreams be shattered?

If you ever heard
Anything but you
You learn to feel
You'd see the truth
But you always hide
So far away
That in the end
Your lies become your truths

Did you ever hear what I said?
Does it even matter?
And if we were all the same
Would your dreams be shattered?

Did you ever hear what I..

Did you ever hear what I said?
Does it even matter?
And if we were all the same

Did you ever hear what I said?
Does it even matter?
And if we were all the same
Would your dreams be..



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