Judas

Album: My December (2007)
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  • The only one who took you in
    The only one who held your hand
    Defended you against the others
    Had your back on everything
    Never let you down
    You turned around betrayed your only brother

    Forgetting me, you took things in your hands and left me out
    After we'd been through so much, how could you let me down?

    I didn't know, I didn't know
    I couldn't see, I couldn't see
    Never thought you'd forget me
    Couldn't believe, couldn't believe
    How you deceived, you deceived
    I never thought you'd do that to me

    I will never be like you
    I'll never do the things you do
    Selfish and lonely, what's your problem
    Letting go of you and this
    Is harder than I thought but I will not be poisoned by your actions

    Forgetting me, you took things in your hands and left me out
    After we'd been through so much, how could you let me down?

    I didn't know, I didn't know
    I couldn't see, I couldn't see
    Never thought you'd forget me
    Couldn't believe, couldn't believe
    How you deceived, you deceived
    I never thought you'd do that to me

    Forgetting me, you took things in your hands and left me out
    After we'd been through so much, how could you let me down?
    Down, you let me down Writer/s: DWIGHT BAKER, JIMMY MESSER, KELLY CLARKSON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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