"Something Like a Broken Heart" as written by Jaime Hanna, Robert Reynolds and Alan Miller....
I've tried a thousand times
Used a million lines
Trying to explain
'Cause they don't have a word
For the kind of hurt
That never goes away
When I try to think it through
It all comes back to you
I don't know why goodbye's so hard to understand
This pain I have is real and I'll tell you how it feels
If I ever get the chance

It's like a lonely Friday night downtown
Where everyone I know is out
The radio's my only friend around
And all I do is think of you
It's a little like an old sad song
It kills you but you sing along
The melody just tears you all apart
It's something like a broken heart

I could drive a hundred miles
And never touch that dial
Till the station fades
Cause nothing that I hear
Will ever make it clear
Words just slip away
And the more I think it through
The more I think of you, I don't know why
Goodbye's so hard to understand
You're never hard to find
'Cause you're always on my mind
No matter where I am

Just like a lonely Friday night downtown
Where everyone I know is out
The radio's my only friend around
And all I do is think of you
It's a little like an old sad song
It kills you but you sing along
The melody just tears you all apart
It's something like a broken heart

It's like a lonely Friday night downtown


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"Something Like a Broken Heart" as written by Jaime Hanna Alan Miller

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