The Way You Lived
by CKY

Album: An Answer Can Be Found (2005)
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  • There's 10,000 reasons to survive
    But you only needed 1 to die
    It's too late to change what you've become
    I won't always be this always lonely

    The way you lived your life
    It mesmerizes me
    Now won't you take some time
    To cast out your regrets?
    Why did you leave our lives?
    It mesmerizes me
    So you won't take the time
    Cast out your regrets

    I hear a creaking through the door
    I see you seeping through the floor
    It's not easy asking you to leave
    'Cause you'll always be the only

    The way you lived your life
    It mesmerizes me
    Now won't you take some time
    To cast out your regrets?
    Why did you leave our lives?
    It mesmerizes me
    So you won't take the time
    Cast out your regrets

    The way you lived your life
    It mesmerizes me
    Now won't you take some time
    To cast out your regrets?
    Why did you leave our lives?
    It mesmerizes me
    So you won't take the time
    Cast out your regrets Writer/s: Billy Joel
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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