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(Mac McAnally)

You look at me
Like it's judgement day
You're full of words
But there's nothing you can say
I should have known
But I could not tell
It's all over, it's just as well

I had a dream you loved me
But I woke up
You wanted everything
But still it wasn't enough
That alarm clock hit me
Like a semi-truck
It was a dream you loved me
But I woke up

You tell me
I'm a stick in the mud
You tell yourself
You're the Tennessee stud
It's doesn't really matter
Who's to blame
My heart ain't broke
It's just a little ashamed

I had a dream you loved me
But I woke up
You wanted everything
But still it wasn't enough
That alarm clock hit me
Like a semi-truck
It was a dream you loved me
But I woke up

{You say}
Everybody wants to be free
{I say}
No way you want it more than me
{Anyway}
Better off knowing how it's gonna be
I had a dream

I had a dream you loved me
But I woke up
You wanted everything
But still it wasn't enough
That alarm clock hit me
Like a semi-truck
It was a dream you loved me
But I woke up

Just a dream you loved me
But I woke up



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