Youve torn me open sewn me shut
The pain for me its just too much.
Ive learned to move on you dont control me
I know youll hate it youll prolly hate me.
Ive moved on now and youre just a memory
Ive also learned that at times Im too blind to see.
Your just another face in the crowds
I look up into those thoughtful clouds.
I dream of you and I dont know why
I think its because youve made me cry.
Every now and then I remember your face
Sometimes I even fall out of place.
Thinking of you reminds me of
The time you were my true love.
Hearing your name sometimes is just too much
Reminding me when you
Tore me open just to sew me shut.
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