My Bed

Album: Provoked (2014)
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  • I don't know you; I don't miss you when you're gone
    You don't know me, baby where did we go wrong
    I don't need you, why ain't this over yet?
    Now you're just sleeping in my bed

    You don't touch me, you don't kiss me goodnight
    I don't touch you; I just turn out the lights
    Close my eyes and pull the covers over my head
    Now you're just sleeping, in my bed

    You're just sleeping in my bed
    We're both wishin'
    We were anywhere else instead
    All the love we had is dead
    Now you're just sleeping in my bed

    I remember, the day I took your name
    I surrendered, gave you everything
    I'll always love you; at least that's what we said
    Now you're just sleeping, in my bed

    You're just sleeping in my bed
    We're both wishin'
    We were somewhere else instead
    All the love we had is dead
    Now you're just sleeping in my bed

    I don't know you; I don't miss you when you're gone
    You don't know me, baby where did we go wrong Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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