"Just Don't Say You Lost It" as written by and Christopher James Wollard Charles Allen Ragan....
Take a ride out of the city,
Not yet on empty.
I'm singing to myself,
Like I've done so many times.
'Cause you're not around to take a ride with me,
I'll ride the ride anyway.
You're not around at all
And I feel sick.

Wide awake, heaven's sake this time.
(I'm sunk and breaking up.)
Who's signing off? Who's had enough this time.
(You're done and we're breaking up.)

So don't think trust is flowing easy,
Now is when to question the questions.
When I used to trust you like I trust myself
And what is trust when it's not sacred?

And so what will you say
When it's time to cut me
Loose from your new life?
Don't say you lost it.

Just don't say you lost the feeling.
You lost it.
Just don't say you lost the feeling.
'Cause I'll bring it.


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    General Commentgreat fuckin' song.
    Copper And Starson June 19, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about him breaking up with his girlfriend but everytime they break up she wants him back and he goes back to her. But this time hes asking what will you say next time?
    something like that *shrugs*
    blackeyedkittykaton December 23, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI was in college a few years ago, and everytime I hear this song I think of one girl and one semester and one relationship i wish i had never fucked up. its that feeling when you know two people are probably not meant to be but you put yourself through it to get it to work then you throw it all away and for what but endless nights of drinking haunted by a broken memory of a face that you know you will never forget.
    thatmuchfurtherweston December 31, 2007   Link

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