Do You Love Me Like You Used To

Album: The Only Place (2012)
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  • I wake up to the morning sun,
    When did my life stop being so fun?
    Wish I could care about someone, the way I used to.
    When will this be done?

    I'm always crying on the phone,
    Because I know that I'll end up alone.
    Lord please forgive me for my sins
    I didn't mean it, I just want it to end

    Do you love me like you used to?
    Do you, do you, do you?

    I have no reason to complain,
    My feelings change, they melt away in my brain.
    I keep myself awake at night,
    Sleep with the lights on, always ready to fire

    I'm always crying on the phone,
    Because I know that I'll end up alone.
    Lord please forgive me for my sins
    I didn't mean it, I just want it to end

    I'm always running down the street
    I don't remember what it means to be me
    I left all of that sh*t behind
    But still I seem to lose my mind,
    My mind, my mind, my mind, my mind Writer/s: BETHANY COSENTINO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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