"A Better Me" as written by and Edward Kleban....
I fall asleep, hoping I'll forget
I wake up and remember it all again
The way your words tumbled down
Give me time to think about
The things I could've done another way

A mirror's like a heart
Much shadows in, I found myself in every part
When I look, it doesn't show
The person who I used to know
'Cause she left with you the day you walked away

Would you say that I loved you too much, but not enough?
Was it something I did that made you wanna give it all up?
If I was wrong like the girls on the movie screens, didn't make a big deal about everything
If we tried again, would you look hard enough to see
A better me?

Every day thought I should change
Maybe you should be a man and take more of the blame
I'm not perfect, but I know
That I could be the one for you
If you learn to see the color in the grey

Would you say that I loved you too much, but not enough?
Was it something I did that made you wanna give it all up?
If I was wrong like the girls on the movie screens, didn't make a big deal about everything
If we tried again, would you look hard enough to see
A better me?

It's never gonna be easy
It might take some time
I was never yours, but you were always mine

(Would you say that I loved you too much, but not enough?)

Would you say that I loved you too much, but not enough?
Was it something I did that made you wanna give it all up?
If I was wrong like the girls on the movie screens, didn't make a big deal about everything
If we tried again, would you look hard enough to see
A better me?

Would you say that I loved you too much, but not enough?
Was it something I did that made you wanna give it all up?
If I was wrong like the girls on the movie screens, didn't make a big deal about everything
If we tried again, would you look hard enough to see
A better me?


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