"Leftovers" as written by and James Tamborello....
Just before you left
I knew somehting was coming
I looked under the bed and
Wondered what I'd do
With all the gifts I bought for you
A bracelet charm, the postcard read
A post card that reminded me of something you said
When we where happier
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)

Now that you've come home
All these things serve as reminders
Everything that I've done wrong
And I wonder what I should do?
With all the gifts I bought for you
A picture frame
A make-up case
And a record that I'd put on when you'd stay at my place
When we were happier

(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)

(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)

(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)

(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)

(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)
(Tell me which one of things could have made you stay?)


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"Leftovers" as written by James Tamborello

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