"Best Of Me" as written by Alan Callahan, David Warren Dicke, Scott Macconnell, Chris Spruill and Brian Farmer....
I don't think you're ever gonna need
To call me by my name anymore
And I don't think I'm ever gonna need
To be hanging around your door
And I know...

When time gets the best of me, it won't matter anymore
When time gets the best of me, it won't matter anymore

I don't think I want to think about
Much of anything anymore
(When I get there will you call me by my name)
Well it's the same line everytime
Now it's plain to see you just don't get it
I guess you never will...

When time gets the best of me, it won't matter anymore
When time gets the best of me, it won't matter anymore

I've been leaving delicate impressions why
Softly slipping something past your side
Leave me alone

I don't think you're ever gonna need
To call me by my name anymore
I don't think I want to be the one
You're turning on when you get bored
(will you call me by my name)
I don't think I'm gonna think about it
When it's plain to see that no one cares

When time gets the best of me, it won't matter anymore
When time gets the best of me, it won't matter anymore

When time gets the best of me, it won't matter anymore
When time gets the best of me, it won't matter anymore


Lyrics submitted by far2bowen

"Best of Me" as written by Brian Farmer Alan Callahan

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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