It may take some time to live up to all the things I said
I told you I'd be on your side, no matter what you did
Never thought that things would change,
Just always stay the same
Now we made a different choice,
You choose to go away
So many ways so many times
I know it's all been said
Don't look back and feel regret
Over the choice you had to make
So much left for us to do, so try to understand
The hardest choice you ever made,
Was even harder to accept
So now you made your bed
And I guess that's where you'll lie
I'll do my best to help you out and never question why
So many ways so many times
I know it's all been said
Don't look back and feel regret
Over the choice you had to make
We had so much, so much ahead of us
But I know you made a choice
And though it's hard for me to see you moving on
You have your life to live
It's not for me to say what's right, or what's wrong
And though it's hard for me to see you break away
We'll keep moving on

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