It was hard to take, what she had to say,
“I fear our love has lost its way.”
Said the girl I couldn’t help but fall for.
Well, I don’t fall much, anymore.

Sometimes she’d wait, until the bed was made,
Then kindly ask if she could stay,
To tangle amongst the thorns,
But she don’t ask much, anymore.

And I don’t fall much, anymore,
But one day I hope that all can change,
One day I hope to fall ... again.

When I’d get home, she’d be on the phone,
She never could stand feeling alone.
She’d hang up quick and pin me to the door,
But we don’t roughhouse, anymore.

Young was the age, and youth was the place,
Still looking forward to yesterday.
We were blind, till we reached the shore,
So we don’t walk that way, anymore.

And I don’t fall much, anymore,
But one day I hope that all can change,
One day I hope to find love ... again.

Yeah, it was hard to take, what she had to say,
“I fear our love has lost its way.”
Said the girl I couldn’t help but fall for.
Well, I don’t fall much, anymore.


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