Song of I

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  • I'm truly sorry but
    This is my addiction
    You're deep in my system
    In my system

    I gave it all up
    I gave it up to show you that I care
    To show you that I could
    But don't you ever ask me to give up you

    I gave up all the late nights
    I gave up hunting bars
    I gave up all the drinking
    And trashing all the cars
    I gave it all up

    I gave up all the gambling
    I gave up picking fights
    I gave up saying sorry
    I gave up being polite
    I gave it up
    I gave it all up

    I gave it up
    You are mine
    I gave it all up

    I gave it up
    You're in mind
    I gave it up

    I gave it up
    I gave it all up

    I gave it up
    I gave it all up

    I gave it up
    You're in mind
    I gave it up

    I gave it up
    You're in mind
    I gave it up

    T'es sous le sable
    T'es dans l'eau
    I gave it up
    Gave it up
    J'abandonne
    You're in mind

    You're in, you're in mind
    I gave it up
    You're in mind
    You're in mindWriter/s: STEVEN JOHN WILSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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