Middle of Nowhere

Album: When The Sun Goes Down (2011)
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  • You left me spinning like a disco
    Trying but I don't know
    If I can stand straight
    You took me left when you knew I was right
    Now I got to try to fight just to make it through the day

    I never knew what you were capable of
    Baby, I would've kept my heart
    But I gave it up
    Baby, I fell in love
    Now I don't know where to start

    It's so cold with nobody to hold me
    You're so wrong for leaving when you told me
    You would never leave me by myself
    Out in the middle of nowhere
    Now I'm lost
    Trying to make it on my own
    I thought I could never do this,
    But now I'm walking by myself
    Out in the middle of nowhere

    You left me broken like a record
    Baby, I'm baby I'm hurt and I don't want to play anymore
    Missed every sign
    Believed ever lie
    And I was waiting for more

    I never knew what you were capable of
    Baby, I would've kept my heart
    But I gave it up
    Baby, I fell in love
    Now I don't know where to start

    It's so cold with nobody to hold me
    You're so wrong for leaving when you told me
    You would never leave me by myself
    Out in the middle of nowhere
    Now I'm lost
    Trying to make it on my own
    I thought I could never do this alone,
    But now I'm walking by myself
    Out in the middle of nowhere

    You took my heart off my sleeve
    But now I'm taking it back
    Baby, here I come
    You took advantage of me
    I don't appreciate that, that
    You son of a gun

    It's so cold with nobody to hold me
    You're so wrong for leaving when you told me
    You would never leave me by myself
    Out in the middle of nowhere

    It's so cold with nobody to hold me
    You're so wrong for leaving when you told me
    You would never leave me by myself
    Out in the middle of nowhere
    Now I'm lost
    Trying to make it on my own
    I thought I could never do this alone,
    But now I'm walking by myself
    Out in the middle of nowhere

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