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So much for the end I'd use, nothing ever takes u off that mind,

Pictures put in cardboard boxes, now it seems like you just stopped the time.
Change the clock to make it tick backwards, but the time is still slipping away,

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Im smiling on the outside, on the outside, lonely on the inside, you'll never know how miserable I've been.

Somedays I'll just stay in bed waiting for a dream where you will arrive, but I still wake up to another day
Empty house of memories things u'd say, stuck inside I wish I'd die.

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Smilin on the outside, on the outside, lonely on the inside you'll never know how miserable I've been.
Im smilin on the outside, on the outside, lonely on the inside, you'll never know how miserable I've been,

Change my number, threw the sheets away all my friends just think I'm a disgrace and every day I find something else to miss about you, and I wonder if you feel the same.

Chorus:
Im smilin on the outside, on the outside, lonely on the inside, you'll never know how miserable I've been,
Smilin on the outside, lonely on the inside, you'll never know how miserable I've been.

Whooaaa
Whooaaa
Whooaaaoooaaaoooaaaooo
Miserable I've been
I've been I've been miserable
Miserable I've been


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    General CommentGood Ol' unrequited love. So sad. I'm guessing it's mainly a break up, he still misses her and is miserable without her ... doesn't know if she feels the same. He seems happy to everyone else but really he's dying on the inside.
    PardonMeMrPunkron May 23, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti really like this song
    it is probably one of the better written songs by lefty
    xpictures.in.wordson September 11, 2002   Link

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