"Honey" as written by and Haven Gillespie Seymour Simons....
Honey
Time you were on your way
The reason are clear as day
Don't you start to cry

Some things
Are doomed from the very start
Always knew we were destined to part
But I pushed it aside

And it's stupid
Took my eye off the ball a minute
I had no life the moment you were in it
You just swept me away

Now I'm standing
Here in the ruins of regret
I'm in pieces but I'm not dead yet
Now I got something to say

Just take your car and your Jimmy Choos
The one thing that covers your lines
Top magazines, you can stick 'em all
Right where the sun never shines

Honey
I know that the pain will pass
And the anger I feel, it won't last
More than a million days
Now it's time you were on your way

I won't miss when you moan and groan
And bitch 'bout all of your friends
I bite my lip while you change your mind
Over and over again
And now we're at the end

Now it's time to go
It's time to go

Just take your car and your Jimmy Choos
The one thing that covers your lines
Top magazines, you can stick 'em all
Stick 'em right where the sun never shines

No more bitching 'bout all of your friends
Won't have to wait while you change your mind
Time and time again

Go on honey
You can call me
When you're a million miles away
Not before that day


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"Honey" as written by Richard Whiting Haven Gillespie

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