"Divorce" as written by Johnny Philippidis, Steven Socrates Delopoulos and Jamison Ernest....
You never learned to love
You never learned to give
Now I have seen the better days
And I am through

See the people loving
As they're walking down the street
But you were never much like that
And now it's time for me to leave

Love must go both ways
But now the only way was me
So I must leave before I fall
Into your twisted misery

You never learned to give
You never learned to live
Now I am sick of all your lies
And I am through

See the people loving
As they're walking down the street
But you were never much like that
And now it's time for me to leave

Love must go both ways
But now the only way was me
So I must leave before I fall
Into your twisted misery

See the people loving
As they're walking down the street
But you were never much like that
And now it's time for me to leave

Love must go both ways
But now the only way was me
So I must leave before I fall
Into your twisted misery

See the people loving
As they're walking down the street
But you were never much like that
And now it's time for me to leave

Love must go both ways
But now the only way was me
So I must leave before I fall
Into your misery


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"Divorce" as written by Johnny Philippidis Jamison Ernest

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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