Unintended
by Muse

Album: Showbiz (1999)
Charted: 20
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  • You could be my unintended
    Choice to live my life extended
    You could be the one I'll always love
    You could be the one who listens
    To my deepest inquisitions
    You could be the one I'll always love

    I'll be there as soon as I can
    But I'm busy mending broken
    Pieces of the life I had before

    First there was the one who challenged
    All my dreams and all my balance
    She could never be as good as you
    You could be my unintended
    Choice to live my life extended
    You should be the one I'll always love

    I'll be there as soon as I can
    But I'm busy mending broken
    Pieces of the life I had before

    I'll be there as soon as I can
    But I'm busy mending broken
    Pieces of the life I had before

    Before you Writer/s: MATTHEW JAMES BELLAMY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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