You Never Loved Me

Album: Mental Illness (2017)
  • Boy, when you go, you go
    Three thousand miles just so I'll know
    You never loved me
    You never loved me

    Then when you're gone, you're gone
    I know the tumbleweed lexicon:
    You never loved me
    You never loved me

    Three thousand miles to sit in a room
    With a vanishing groom
    Till it undoes me
    A helium cell like a hermit crab shell
    Was a blank, you could tell
    It never was me
    'Cause you will never love me
    You never loved me

    Boy, when you're through, you're through
    Nobody argues the point like you
    You never loved me
    You never loved me

    And hey, when you're right, you're right
    We'll stipulate that I lost the fight
    You never loved me
    You never loved me

    Three thousand miles to sit in a room
    With a vanishing groom
    Till it undoes me
    A helium cell like a hermit crab shell
    Was a blank, you could tell
    It never was me
    'Cause you will never love me

    You never loved me Writer/s: Aimee Mann
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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