Love Without You

Album: True Believers (2012)
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  • Every friend has got a friend in mind
    'Cause I've had more than a little time
    So it's on your mark, get ready, set
    But I know my heart's not ready yet

    I can walk into a room without you
    And I don't get drunk and talk about you
    So I guess I've learned to live without you
    I just don't know how to love without you

    She don't have to look just like you
    No her eyes don't have to be that blue
    It's hard to give someone a chance
    When you can't get past that second dance

    I can walk into a room without you
    And I don't get drunk and talk about you
    So I guess I've learned to live without you
    I just don't know how to love without you

    Sometimes the pain is dulled to numb
    And I can't believe how far I've come

    I can walk into a room without you
    (I can breathe without you)
    And I, I don't get drunk and talk about you no more, no more
    (And I can sleep without you)
    So I, I guess I've learned to live without you
    (I can be without, I can be without you)
    I just don't know how to love without you
    (I don't know how, I don't know how)
    See, see I, I had to learn to live without you
    (I had to learn to live without you)
    Oh but I just don't know how to, how to love, how to love without you
    (Oh I just don't know, how to love, how to love without you)

    Every friend has got a friend in mind
    'Cause I've had more than a little time Writer/s: BRANDY LYNN CLARK, SHANE MCANALLY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., ME GUSTA MUSIC
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