Long as I Never See You Again

Album: 100 Proof (2012)
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  • I'm through that pity party stage
    The healing's finally come of age,
    No more feeling sorry for me days,
    I'm over you

    When I think of us I don't get upset
    I'm together as I think I'll ever get
    Losing you I've come to accept
    I'm over you

    It's never easy when love comes to an end
    Just when you think you're off the hook you fall back in
    But I'll be okay, I'll go my way, we can still be friends
    I'll be alright, long as I never see you again
    No more tears in these hazel eyes
    No more drinkin' down at nights
    I'm no good and well I've tried
    More than I can say for you

    And yes I've heard that you've moved on
    I'm okay not bein' what you want
    I'm fine with sleepin' all alone
    More than I can say for you

    It's never easy when love comes to an end
    Just when you think you're off the hook you fall back in
    But I'll be okay, I'll go my way, we can still be friends
    I'll be alright, long as I never see you again
    Yeah I'll be alright, long as I never see you again Writer/s: DALE DODSON, DEAN DILLON, KELLIE PICKLER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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