"Don't Dwell" as written by and Tracy L Chapman....
Don't dwell on the past
Love that was lost and didn't last
That summer bloom is fading fast
But I'm falling for you

Don't dwell on the pain
Tears you've cried
And autumn rain
That fair weather's here and gone again
But I'm waiting for you

Don't dwell on the loss
The fool that would steal break and toss
That winter's heart will spurn and double-cross
But I'm yearning for you

Don't dwell on the time
The seasons change
And so does the clime
That old flame has cooled
But I'm burning for you


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"Don't Dwell" as written by Tracy L Chapman

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    General CommentThis is a lovely song. It's talking about not remembering a past love, yet it's not easy to forget..."But I'm yearning for you"
    pr_llyon March 09, 2007   Link

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