"Where Were You" as written by Jaron Lowenstein and Evan Lowenstein....
Softly I hear you call and surely you're after it all
You tell me you know just who I am
That's a felony 'cause no one can

I can only look back when I stand all on my own
I know a friend and I'll tell you when I see one
I'm reaching back again can I make it if I run

Where were you when I was naked in the cold
Where were you when my thoughts were growing old
Where were you

The train has left the station with no chartered destination
If you don't have a ticket in your hand it's too late to ride
'Cause I've already closed the ticket stand

Where were you when I was naked in the cold
Where were you when my thoughts were growing old
Where were you

Softly I hear you call and surely you're after it all
You tell me you know just who I am
That's a felony 'cause no one can

And there's something that I really want to know
It's building up inside where did you go

Where were you when I was naked in the cold
Where were you when my thoughts were growing old
Where were you


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"Where Were You [*]" as written by Jaron Lowenstein Evan Lowenstein

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