"What You've Done To Me" as written by and William Rinehart Nathaniel Rinehart....
I'm finally broken, falling too far
Burned up in pieces from chasing your stars
With twilight approaching all that I've seen
I could never get over what you've done to me

She was the picture of a Midwest sweetheart
Wrapped in a grace to make a good man come apart
She wrote my siren?s song a tune with one dance
Then gave it words with just a glance

I'm finally broken, falling too far
Burned up in pieces from chasing your stars
With twilight approaching all that I've seen
I could never get over what you've done to me

I thought that love was just a song we made up
Some kind of chant to make us strong
But when she left me with a word
I knew that I had never been so wrong

Finally broken, falling too far
Burned up in pieces from chasing your stars
With twilight approaching all that I've seen
I could never get over what you've done to me

I'm finally broken, falling too far
Burned up in pieces from chasing your stars
With twilight approaching all that I've seen
I could never get over what you've done to me


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"What You've Done to Me" as written by William Rinehart Nathaniel Rinehart

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