Never Be The Same
by Red

Album: Innocence & Instinct (2009)
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  • I know you, who are you now?
    Look into my eyes if you can't remember.
    Do you remember, oh?

    I can see, I can still find
    You're the only voice my heart can recognize
    But I can't hear you now, yeah.

    I'll never be the same
    I'm caught inside the memories, the promises
    Are yesterdays and I belong to you.
    I just can't walk away
    'cause after loving you
    I can never be the same.

    And how can I pretend I've never known you?
    Like it was all a dream, no.
    I know I'll never forget
    The way I always felt with you beside me
    And how you loved me then, yeah.


    You led me here,
    Then I watched you disappear.
    You left this emptiness inside
    And I can't turn back time
    No, stay!
    Nothing compares to you.
    Nothing compares to you.
    I can't let you go,
    Can't let you go.
    I can't let go.

    I'll never be the same,
    Not after loving you,
    Not after loving you, no.


    I can never be the same.
    I will never be the same.
    Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
    I just can't walk away.
    Publisher: CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP, Capitol CMG Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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