"Way Down Here Without You" as written by and Powers John Davis....
I've got a reason to be sad.
And I've got a reason to feel like I've been had.
But I would give most anything. to see you smile at me again.
I don't know (since you've gone)
I don't know (since you've been gone) what I'm supposed to do.
Way down here without you.
I don't know (since you've gone)
I don't know (since you've been gone) what I'm supposed to do
Way down here without you.

I know you won't be coming home.
And it makes me feel so afraid of the unknown.
But I would give most anything. to see you smile at me again.
I don't know (since you've gone)
I don't know (since you've been gone) what I'm supposed to do
Way down here without you.
I don't know (since you've gone)
I don't know (since you've been gone) what I'm supposed to do
Way down here without you.

You still mean a lot to me, yeah.
You still mean a lot to me.
More than a memory to me, yeah.
More than a memory to me.


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"Way Down Here Without You" as written by Harrison Coffey

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