Ooh, yeah, yeah, yeah

Today is your wedding day and that's a beautiful thing
No use in me going into the way things used to be
How I cared for you, you cared for me and that wasn't that long ago
But I can't help but smile as you walk down the aisle
'Cause there's one thing I know, hey-hey

Every time you close your eyes at night
You know inside your heart that something ain't right
And things are not the way that you wish they could be
Even though you're with him, I know you're thinkin' 'bout me
I know you're thinkin' 'bout me, yeah

I know you think it's easier to lie to yourself
Even got yourself believing you're better off with somebody else
So you sacrifice for security
'Cause your impatient self didn't run away from me
And you settle for the first thing through the door
When you know what you want is me

Every time you close your eyes at night
You know inside your heart that something ain't right
And things are not the way that you wish they could be
Even though you're with him, I know you're thinkin' 'bout me
I know you're thinkin' 'bout me, yeah

I know he thinks you're crying 'cause it's the happiest you've ever known
But girl you'd just be lying 'cause what he doesn't know
You're strong for me, you belong to me
And here's the one last chance for you to go

'Cause every time you close your eyes at night
You know inside your heart that something ain't right
And things are not the way that you wish they could be
Even though you're with him, I know you're thinkin' 'bout me

It may not be tomorrow but there will come a day
But when you realize, I hope it's not too late
'Cause things won't be the way that you wish they could be
Even though you're with him, I know you're thinkin' 'bout me

I know you're thinkin' 'bout me
I know you're thinkin' 'bout me
I know you're thinkin' 'bout me

Yeah, yeah, yeah




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Thinkin' 'Bout Me Lyrics as written by Brian Kelly Mcknight

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