All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down

Album: Music for All Occasions (1996)
  • I can't sleep a wink anymore
    Ever since you first walked out the door
    Then I just started drinkin' to forget
    But I don't think the worst has happened yet

    All you ever do is bring me down
    Making me a fool all over town
    They all wonder why I wear a frown
    That's ?cause honey all you do is bring me down

    It's funny how my whole world fell apart
    I think I saw it coming from the start
    I tried to tell myself that you'd be true
    But I expected way too much of you

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