You Ruined Everything

Album: Reinventing A Lost Art (2003)
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  • Is this your first time?
    You don't have to tell me,
    cause your lips they don't lie
    when we're kissing.
    You're holding on, or something's
    rather weighing you down.
    I'll promise you one thing,
    I don't intend to let you down
    I don't need to know whom you've been with,
    'cause I know I'll love you better than him.
    I'd armor you heart if you'd just let me in.

    Maybe I'm different.
    I'm no better than you.
    But baby, I'm different,
    'cause you make me feel so brand new.
    I don't need to know whom you've been with,
    'cause I know I'll love you better than him.
    I'd armor you heart if you'd just let me in.

    [Chorus]
    'Cause I know only one way,
    and that's to give all I am away.
    So hold out your hands to me,
    and I'll show you how good this could be.

    I won't let go until you say so.
    There's nowhere else in the world I'd rather be.

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