Anymore

Album: Tape Deck Heart (2013)
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  • The single saddest thing that I ever heard you say
    Was on the day I told you I had to go away
    You said "Darling baby please, if you really mean to leave
    Can't I just hold you for a little while longer?"

    And the single hardest thing I ever had to do
    Was take your arms from round me and walk away from you
    And I know I shouldn't have kissed you as a I left
    Darling I should have been stronger

    Not with a bang but with a whimper
    It wasn't hard, it was kind of simple
    Three short steps from your bed to your door
    Darling I can't look you in the eyes now and tell you I'm sure
    If I love you anymore

    You see, I did my very best, I've given you these years
    Of love and understanding, telephone calls and tears
    But now the little things you do that used to make me love you
    Now just cramp my heart a little and let it slip

    And we've met this sorry end from a picture perfect start
    The romance and the running down to disconnected hearts
    Of two people sad and free, who know they used to be
    More than just a pair of sinking ships

    Not with a bang but with a whimper
    It wasn't hard, it was kind of simple
    Three short steps from your bed to your door
    Darling I can't look you in the eyes now and tell you I'm sure
    If I love you anymore

    I'm not drinking anymore, but I'm then I'm not drinking any less
    I can't do this anymore, oh you know I did my best
    Oh my darling
    I don't love you anymore
    I don't love you anymore
    I don't love you anymore
    I don't love you anymore
    I don't love you anymore Writer/s: ELLA MARY MCMAHON, ERIC TURNER, ESHRAQUE MUGHAL
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC , Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
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