I don't want to be
On the loser side
I want the strong one
To be me

At times I felt certain
Still I said that I was sorry
But I won't take it
Not again

Well I found
I can replace you
Yes I found
You're just a habit that I can get rid of


He's asking for favours
I say no
Says he's lonely in daytime
Well I know

At times I felt certain
Still I said that I was sorry
But I won't take it
Not again

Well I found
I can replace you
Yes I found
You're just a habit that I can get rid of

Well I found
I can replace you
Yes I found
You're just a habit that I can get rid of


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