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  • Cause I was still unsure
    But it's something I'm used to
    And I can tell by your face
    No one's ever been rude to you
    But I can tell you things
    That I can't say to anyone
    And you came home today
    But you didn't stay very long

    Now it's like the world owes you
    Walking around like everybody should know you
    I wanna be like we used to
    But now you're worried cause that means we'd lose you

    And I had no idea
    What that feeling could do to you
    And I could tell you changed
    By the people around you
    I used to take the long way
    Just so I could walk past your door
    I used to wait outside
    But I guess I won't anymore

    There's so much I wanna tell you
    So much I wanna tell you Writer/s: Kevin Parker
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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