Album: To hell with it (2021)
Charted: 35
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  • It's eight o'clock in the morning, now I'm entering my bed
    Had a few dreams about you, I can't tell you what we did
    I expected to see ya, on your morning run again
    Know I shouldn't be watching, 'cause every time I feel the pain
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    You told me it wasn't over and that we'd be together soon
    But was this before or after, you told me to leave your room
    I used to think we'd make it far, it turned out that we are
    It's such a shame that we weren't the same at all
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