"Don't Turn Away" as written by and William/hunter Stevenson....
god knows i've tried i've waited in spite of myself there's nothing to hide i need you like no one else i'm sick of trying to figure out where i went wrong i can't believe these words you say don't you turn away from me i can't say another word i haven't said before don't you turn away from me don't ask for my apologies i don't have anymore god knows i'm tired of lies and denials from you it's down to the wire i've given myself and that's all i can do i'm sick of trying to figure out where i went wrong i can't believe these words you say don't you turn away from me i can't say another word i haven't said before don't you turn away from me don't ask for my apologies i haven't anymore


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"Don't Turn Away" as written by Daniel Mar-molinero Carl Alexander Mcintosh

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    General Commentthis song reminds me of a past relationship, where all i did was apologize for nothing and yet it still went wrong. great song
    LagwagonLOVERon May 26, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is a great way to get over a failed relationship. I feel exactly like this song, you can't make someone love you, even tough you did everything for this person, but you're always gonna have hope, cuz '' I need you like no one else''
    ahier316on June 03, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI love the line "I can't say another word I haven't said before". This means that he is not going to start saying how much he loves her when she is leaving because she already knows how he feels. He has told her these things many times.
    SlipperyPeteon February 24, 2007   Link

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