"Can t Let Go" as written by and Randy Weeks....
Told you baby one more time
Don’t make me sit all alone and cry
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go

I’m like a fish out of water
A cat in a tree
You don’t even want to talk to me
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go

He won’t take me back when I come around
Says he’s sorry then he puts me out
I got a big chain around my neck
And I’m broken down like a train wreck
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go

See I got a candle and it burns so bright
In my window every night
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go

You don’t like to see me standing around
Feel like I been shot and didn’t fall down
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go

He won’t take me back when I come around
Says he’s sorry then he puts me out
I got a big chain around my neck
And I’m broken down like a train wreck
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go

Turn off trouble like you turn off a light
Went off and left me it just ain’t right
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go

Round every corner something I see
Bring me right back how it used to be
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go

He won’t take me back when I come around
Says he’s sorry then he puts me out
I got a big chain around my neck
And I’m broken down like a train wreck
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go

He won’t take me back when I come around
Says he’s sorry then he puts me out
I got a big chain around my neck
And I’m broken down like a train wreck
Well it’s over I know it but I can’t let go

Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go
Well it’s over – I know it – but I can’t let go


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"Can't Let Go" as written by Randall Barry Weeks

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