I'll never be a vending machine repairman
I'll never think like a dog
I'll never touch my hand to the wailing wall
I'll never pass the winning throw

I don't mind much these things I'm never doing
One fact thats hard to be a friend with
Is I will never be
One of the women who loved you
I will never be
One of the women who loved you

I'll never be an admiral in the army
I'll never find the cure
I'll never think to bring along the sunscreen
I'll never stop the wind from blowing cold

I don't mind much these things I'm never doing
One fact that's hard to be a friend with
Is I will never be
One of the women who loved you
I will never be
One of the women who loved you
I will never be
One of the women who loved you
I will never be
One of the women who

All the time in the world isn't ours now
All the roads that I drive you're not on now
all the worries I've been keeping in my head
were gone for a second when I met you
and now they're back again

One of the women who loved you
One of the women who loved you
I will never be
One of the women who loved you (I'll never be the one you wake up next to)
I will never be
One of the women who loved you (I'll never be the girl you call your own)
I will never be
One of the women who loved you (I'll never make you breakfast in the morning)
I will never be
One of the women who loved you (I'll never be the)


Lyrics submitted by chocolatesmartie, edited by Wang Tang

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