Album: Sick And Twisted Affair (2012)
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  • You're out all night
    How long can I wait'
    To justify another cold embrace
    Your love is a lie
    And I can tell by your face
    I've made up my mind
    And I've accepted our fate

    (Somehow) I can read between the lines
    (Two wrongs) couldn't never make it right
    Now I'm gone gone I'm gone
    Yeah, I'm movin' on
    On, I'm gone
    Yeah I'm movin' on

    You won't pick up the phone
    When I know you're with him
    And you smell like cologne
    It's all over your skin
    You keep looking away
    When you're talking to me
    And you said you would change
    But I just can't believe

    (Somehow) I can read between the lines
    (Two wrongs) couldn't never make it right
    Now I'm gone gone I'm gone
    Yeah, I'm movin' on
    On, I'm gone
    Yea I'm movin' on

    You will never break my heart again
    You said forever and you'd always be there to the end
    You will never break my heart again
    But you'll come running when it happens to you in the end (the end)

    When he's out all night
    How long will you wait'

    Now I'm gone gone I'm gone
    Yea, I'm movin' on
    On, I'm gone
    Yea I'm movin' on

    You're out all night
    How long can I wait' Writer/s: Jeffrey Darren Johnson, Joseph Kelly Moi, Matthew Jean Paul Walst
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