"Everytime You Walk Out That Door" as written by Damon Sharpe and Mark Feist....
A table set for dinner only just for one
Staring at your empty chair
Remembering all the crazy laughs we shared
Last time you were sitting there

I can hear your voice still calling out my name,
And smell your scent upon the pillow next to me,
Imagining your kisses when I close my eyes,
But they don't replace you holding me??

Our house is not a home when I'm alone here
Summer turns to winter when you're gone
And all I see are clouds outside my window
Everytime you walk out that door?

In the morning as I slowly wash my face
Feel you, sneaking up on me?
But my reflection staring tells me everything,
I'm alone, you're not really there

Our house is not a home when I'm alone here
Summer turns to winter when you're gone
And all I see are clouds outside my window
Everytime you walk out that door?

I'm not sayin that I just can't live without you
But my life is so much better with you here
You turn my dark into light and you make everything alright
But my side

Our house is not a home when I'm alone here
Summer turns to winter when you're gone
And all I see are clouds outside my window
Everytime you walk out that door?

Our house is not a home when I'm alone here
Summer turns to winter when you're gone
And all I see are clouds outside my window
Everytime you walk out that door?


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"Everytime You Walk Out That Door" as written by Mark Feist Damon Sharpe

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