"No One to share the Blame" as written by John Davis Kennedy and Tammi Lynn Kidd....
I can count a hundred reasons why
But ninety-nine would still be shy
Of a good excuse for why you're gone
The truth will burn you when you know you're wrong
Its hard to face what you regret
So holind on was better than
Living life and losin' you
I guess a liar can't escape the truth
So why was I so supprised

Well you found a way to finally
Get on with your life
Trade the lows for the highs you deserve
Now I'm all alone with things I can't change
And no one to share the blame

I'm tired of feelin' sorry for myself
Of payin' rent in this living hell
I guess it's time I started facing facts
Chances are you're never comin' back
What gives me the right to
Keep up this fight

Well you found a way to finally
Get on with your life
Trade the lows for the highs you deserve
Now I'm all alone with things I can't change
And no one to share the blame

For you're pain, for the
Cost of you cryin'
Can't undo what I did
There's no use denyin'
So why was I so surprised

Well you found a way to finally
Get on with your life
Trade the lows for the highs you deserve
Now I'm all alone with things I can't change
And no one to share the blame

I can count a hundred
Reasons why


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"No One to Share the Blame" as written by Tammi Lynn Kidd John Davis Kennedy

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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