"Save Some" as written by Ross Golan and Thomas Edward Walter....
Won’t you save some for me (3x)

When I imagined, your life before me
When I imagined, your life before me
It’s not the fact that you slept with someone before me
It’s the fact that some dude shares your history
(Won’t you save some for me)

I’m only nervous when I look back at your track record
I trust every word you say without a fact checkered
I’m just currently working through the discovery phase
So I can eventually reminisce with you someday
(Won’t you save some for me)

(Chorus)
Don’t go using your heart for anybody else
Save it for me
Oh no, I won’t go using my heart for anybody else
Save it for yourself, save it for yourself
(Won’t you save some)

All the girls I’ve been with before you don’t matter
Why can’t I understand it works the other way
‘Cause it hurts to say
I’m sorry I’ve been a jerk
Just bear with me and I’m sure I’ll get better day to day
(Won’t you save some for me)

(Chorus)
Don’t go using your heart for anybody else
Save it for me
Oh no, I won’t go using my heart for anybody else
Save it for yourself, save it for yourself
(Won’t you save some)
Don’t go using your heart for anybody else
Save it for me
(Won’t you save some)
Oh no, I won’t go using my heart for anybody else
(Won’t you save some)
Save it for yourself, save it for yourself
(Won’t you save some)
Save it for yourself
(Won’t you save some)
(Won’t you save some)
Don’t go using your heart for anybody else
Save it for me
(Won’t you save some)
Don’t go using your heart for anybody else
Save it for me
(Won’t you save some)
Save it for me


Lyrics submitted by roulettetc

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    General CommentThe version without the One Republic guy in it is so much better.
    ampliveon February 09, 2009   Link

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