"If I Loved You" as written by and Oscar Hammerstein Ii Richard Rodgers....
Having slept most of the resentment off last night
Woke up at 2 and wondered what went wrong
Lately I've been worried that I'm starting to go
As crazy as the winter nights are long
So I poured the last bottle down the drain
Wandered back outside again
Out to the street where you lived before
But I didn't feel a thing anymore
It would all be different if I loved you
Maybe it would matter if I loved you

I don't mind when I call and you don't answer
I've given up on giving a damn anymore
I spent the party thursday staring at nothing in the mirror
And you didn't seem much different than before
Just as I was getting up to leave
You spilled your wine on my sweater sleeve
And tonight the stain's still there
It looks like hell but I just don't care
It would all be different if I loved you
Maybe it would matter if I loved you

There isn't much on 67th street
All the houses look the same to me
And I should be home I should be home by now
I've been out in the rain thrown from the door
Over and over like I told you before
I'm giving up I'm giving up on love

Maybe we could hop a flight to England
Hit London and the little towns as well
The drinks are all on me but you know I can't afford
To pay for separate rooms at the hotel
I wandered out towards Venture Street
By the ice cream parlor where we used to meet
But all I felt was cold
And how it must feel to be old
It would all be different if I loved you
Maybe it would matter if I loved you
I might still be sleeping if I loved you
It would all be different if I loved you
Maybe it would matter if I loved you


Lyrics submitted by TheIntimindator27

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