I hope you know that you were easily worth fighting for
But you took your chance and walked out the door
You're just a stranger I knew once before
Baby, please come home

These bricks made of gold that you threw at me
I've gathered them up
I've paved out a road
And built my own way

I hope you know that you were easily worth fighting for
But you took your chance and walked out the door
You're just a stranger I knew once before
Baby, please come home

I hope you know that you were easily worth fighting for
But you took your chance and walked out the door
You're just a stranger I knew once before
Baby, please come home

I hope you copy
Roger that, so long
Roger that, so long

I can't make you love me, I wouldn't even if I could
I can't make you love me, I wouldn't even if I could
Pace by pace I watched you walk away
Please don't keep my picture so I fade away
Piece by piece I watched you walk away
Please don't keep my picture so I fade away

Is this a sign or was there ever more?
And is it worth it to pick up the pieces?
My heart, it wants you but it must let go
Because you stopped fighting for what you believed in

These bricks made of gold that you threw at me
I've gathered them up
I've paved out a road
And built my own way

I said this once before
Guess there's a first for everything
Roger that, no more
You're just a stranger to me anyways

I would have given you all of my heart
But I knew you were a lost cause right from the start
I know, girl, you're listening
You didn't earn your purple heart the right way

I hope you know that you were easily worth fighting for
But you took your chance and walked out the door
You're just a stranger I knew once before
Baby, please come home


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