Photographs

Album: Photographs (2011)
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  • I'll never know how you felt when you kissed him
    I'll never know if he made you smile
    I'll never know if you secretly think back and miss him
    These things I wonder every once in a while

    Honey, take down those photographs
    I need to know what's passed is passed, oh
    Tell me I'm the only one, that your two-timing days are done
    That you have had your fun

    When I met you, you were wild and you were free
    When I met you, you were a whole lot like me
    Well, we've both grown quite a bit
    There's some things I'd really like to forget
    You won't let me, I don't know why you won't let me

    Honey, take down those photographs
    I need to know what's passed is passed, oh
    Tell me I'm the only one, that your two-timing days are done
    That you have had your fun

    Take down those photographs
    I need to know what's passed is passed, oh
    Tell me I'm the only one, that your two-timing days are done
    That you have had your fun Writer/s: ROBERT ELLIS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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