"Watching Him Go" as written by Tina Dickow, Alfred Tuohey and Jim Mccormack....
I must be crazy to tell you what I'm telling you now
It's kinda personal but I'm way beyond being proud
I just spent a year saying no to this man chasing me down
Then he got over me the minute I turned around

I was so hell bent on being alone
A left-over dream I should have out-grown

Now it's too little too late
I've been replaced
Why did I wait so long?
Just a few minutes too late
The tables have turned
And what have I learnt?
That life is better lived with open eyes
My eyes were closed
And now I'm watching him go

I look at couples made of people who just wanna be free
It proves the grass is always greener if they wanna be me
Even the mention of her name brings a smile to his face
It isn’t easy to admit it but he's in a good place

No longer hell bent on being alone
A left-over dream I've finally out-grown

But it's too little too late
I've been replaced
Why did I wait so long?
Just a few minutes too late
The tables have turned
And what have I learnt?
That life is better lived with open eyes

I gave too little too late
I've been replaced
Why did I wait so long?
Just a few minutes too late
The tables have turned
And what have I learnt?
That life is better lived with open eyes
My eyes were closed
And now I'm watching him go


Lyrics submitted by psychedelicglee

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