Out Of Goodbyes

Album: Hands All Over (2010)
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  • Tell me actions speak louder
    But there's something about her words, that hurt
    Closing up and it's so late and
    I'm the last one still waiting for ya, to lock the door

    On our way home I realize
    There's some kind of storm brewing in his eyes
    Only veiled by a thin disguise

    Now that I've done my time
    I need to move on and I need you to try
    'Cause we're out of goodbyes
    We're out of goodbyes, out of goodbyes

    Never asked you to change
    But sadly you don't feel the same, about me
    I wonder does your man still shudder when you touch his hand
    Like this man

    On our way home I realize
    There's some kind of storm brewing in his eyes
    Only veiled by a thin disguise

    Now that I've done my time
    I need to move on and I need you to try
    'Cause we're out of goodbyes
    We're out of goodbyes, we're out of goodbyes, we're out of goodbyes
    Oh, ooh Writer/s: Adam Noah Levine, James B. Valentine, Jesse Royal Carmichael, Michael Allen Madden
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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