"Margo's Waltz" as written by and Lloyd/cowan Cole....
She said don't worry, baby
I'll do my own crying
I'm a big girl now
Now I'm gonna be okay
Yes, I'll find a new way of living
You know I will
And you lie there without sleeping
And you stare at your wall
And you realize you're not weeping
You don't need her anymore
You say don't hate me, baby
It won't hurt you if you do
You got no reason not to
She'll kiss you on the head
Says there's no easy road for leaving
If it hurts you too
And you lie there without sleeping
And you stare at your wall
And you realize you're not weeping
You don't need her anymore
You walk by the old place
Looks like just any other place
Yeah, that's what you say
You say I'll be okay
Yes, I'll find a new way of living
Sure I will
And you lie there without sleeping
And you stare at your wall
And you realize you're not weeping
You don't need her anymore
And you lie there without sleeping
And you stare at your wall
And you realize you're not weeping
'Cause you don't need her anymore
You guess that it's over


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"Margo's Waltz" as written by Lloyd Cole Blair Gray Cowan

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