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Wilburn Brothers – Drifting Apart lyrics

Drifting apart drifting apart seems like we're drifting driftting in apart
Well I can see your love for me is fadin' and slowly dyin'
And I can seem to get to you no matter how high I keep tryin'
That world of love we built so high is fallin' apart
Each passing day just leaves another star and it's tearing out my heart
Cause now we're drifting apart drifting apart
Seems like we're drifting driftting in apart
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I tried so hard to tell myself that I won't even hurt if you leave me
But I don't think my heart could stand to ever really lose you completely
The roots of love are just too deep to up and throw away
The more you're near the more I wanna stay and it hurts so much to say
That now we're drifting apart drifting apart
Seems like we're drifting driftting in apart



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