The Other Side Of Him

Album: Drinks After Work (2013)
  • Standing on the other side of him, a little dress I didn't know.
    Something new done to her hair, was a girl I used to hold.
    As close as we once were, further than I've ever been.
    She's a million miles away standing on the other side of him.

    Nothing but a ghost of the love we used to know.
    They say that's the way it goes when it don't go easy.
    Guess I brought it on myself. She loves someone else.
    And I can't help but wonder if she sees me

    Standing on the other side of him, broken as I can be.
    Wishing it was him standing on the other side of me.
    I don't have to wonder where she is, who she's with, or how she's been.
    I see all I need to see standing on the other side of him.

    Nothing but a ghost of the love we used to know.
    They say that's the way it goes when it don't go easy.
    Guess I brought it on myself. She loves someone else.
    And I can't help but wonder if she sees me.

    Standing on the other side of him. Further than I've ever been.
    She's a million miles away, standing on the other side of him.

    Oh, oh. Writer/s: BOBBY OLEN PINSON, TOBY KEITH COVEL
    Publisher: DO WRITE MUSIC LLC
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