• I haven't seen you in such a long time
    You haven't called me, I guess I'm doing alright
    Ain't it strange how a heartbreak changes everything
    Ain't it strange how a heartbreak changes everything

    Once we were lovers, you and I
    We made plans 'till the end of the time
    Ain't it strange how a heartbreak changes everything
    Ain't it strange how a heartbreak changes everything

    Held you like a fire and you held me just like a blanket
    We let down our guards and your kiss was water in a wasteland
    We were singing our song, loud and strong
    But sometimes, the melody changes

    There's a thousand ways to say I love you
    But there's only one way to walk out the door
    Ain't it strange how a heartbreak changes everything

    Held you like a fire and you held me just like a blanket
    We let down our guards and your kiss was water in a wasteland
    We were singing our song, loud and strong
    But sometimes, the melody changes

    Everything changesWriter/s: Drew Holcomb
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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