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  • Give me the pistol, aim it high
    I'm out in the desert shooting at the sky
    Guess I really miss you
    And I don't know what else to do

    Beautiful pictures that you took of us
    Used to hang up there on your bedroom walls
    But you took 'em all down now
    And you put 'em into a drawer

    You've been on my mind
    You've been on my mind
    You've been on my mind so long I can't deal with it
    You've been on my mind
    And I'll waste my time
    'Til you lift me off the floor and love me again

    I know if I saw you and we kissed just once
    You could be happy, maybe you'd come back
    'Cause I really miss you
    Don't know how much more I can take

    You've been on my mind
    You've been on my mind
    You've been on my mind so long I can't deal with it
    You've been on my mind
    And I'll waste my time
    'Til you lift me off the floor and love me again

    Oh yeah
    'Til you lift me off the floor and love me again
    Oh yeah Writer/s: Gregory Gonzalez
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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