Don't Leave Me

Album: The Spirit Indestructible Deluxe Edition (2012)
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  • Here I go again
    With my head in my hands
    When you say you’ll call but you don’t
    And then I’ll pretend
    This is the last time
    That I’ll take you back when you say you’re sorry

    Don’t leave me no more
    Every time you walk out the door
    I don’t know if you’re gonna come back around here anymore
    Don’t leave me no more
    Every time you walk out the door
    I don’t know if you’re gonna come back to me here anymore
    Don’t leave
    Don’t leave

    I used to be a queen
    But now I’m a shadow of me
    I deserve more but love is a chore
    And wanting you has made me so weak

    Don’t leave me no more
    Every time you walk out the door
    I don’t know if you’re gonna come back around here anymore
    Don’t leave me no more
    Every time you walk out the door
    I don’t know if you’re gonna come back to me here anymore
    Don’t leave
    Don’t leave

    I’m such a fool for you
    And you keep playing and playing around
    Until the sun comes down and rises again in the morning
    And my heart keeps breaking and breaking
    And I’m tired of wasting and wasting away for a cure

    Don’t leave me no more
    Every time you walk out the door
    I don’t know if you’re gonna come back around here anymore
    Don’t leave me no more
    Every time you walk out the door
    I don’t know if you’re gonna come back to me here anymore
    Don’t leave
    Don’t leave

    My heart keeps breaking and breaking and breaking down
    You keep playing and playing and playing around Writer/s: NELLY FURTADO, STEPHEN MCGREGOR, STEVEN MCGREGOR
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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