"Where Were You" as written by and David Ryan/withenshaw Strauchman....
Home for the weekend,
Looking for a good time;
Of all the numbers you end up calling mine.
Ready or not , I think I'll give this a shot.
I should know better than to
Give her what she wants.
I picked her up and she was three-forths gone.
She passed out before we even got to talk.
All I want to know is:

Where were you when I needed you most?
Why did you leave me alone?
We gave up before we gave it a chance,
And I don't understand.

Back to where we left off, baby.
'How you been and what's been new with you lately?'
Just forget it, it's the same old runaround.
You build me up just to let me down.

Down.

Where were you when I needed you most?
Why did you leave me alone?
We gave up before we gave it a chance,
And I don't understand.

Just forget it, it's the same old runaround.
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Just forget it, just forget it.
Just forget it, it's the same old runaround.
Just forget it, just forget it.

Where were you when I needed you most?
Why did you leave me alone?
We gave up before we gave it a chance,
And I don't understand.
I don't understand

Where were you when I needed you most?
Why did you leave me alone?
We gave up before we gave it a chance,
And I don't understand.

Where were you when I needed you most?
Why did you leave me alone?
We gave up before we gave it a chance,
And I don't understand.

Home for the weekend,
Looking for a good time.


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"Where Were You" as written by James Francis Deeghan David Ryan Strauchman

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