"Never" as written by and John Davenport Eddie Cooley....
Lying on the floor I wonder...were you just too afraid to show?
I guess we'll never know
To this distant ever-after...you didn't want to go
Were we blinded by a reason?
Watching days refuse to shine...to darkness from divine
Such a pity for this lover...you left behind
I never wanted anybody else
I never needed you, I needed help
After the feeling's gone...so long, because it's over
Not a healthy situation...push me over, hold me down
To see if I would drown
Was I waiting for an answer I didn't want to know?
I never wanted anybody else
I never needed you, I needed help
After the feeling's gone...so long, because it's over
And like the lyrics to a song I sang to you before
You know it fades away
I never wanted anybody else
I never needed you, I needed help
After the feeling's gone...so long, because it's over






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"Never" as written by John Davenport Eddie Cooley

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