[Verse 1]
It doesn't matter any more.
The way I feel. How I used to adore
the time we spent, and what it meant.
We both know that we wont forget.
We both see, that things have changed.
But do we ever think the same?
Different minds, and different times.
I wish you could see deep inside
my mind is not a beautiful place, oh no.
I'm not like, like I used to be.
I've gone down, and screwed around.
I hit the ground and I wont be found.
You wont find me any place,
that you've searched before. I have gone away.
I wont come back. I've lost track of you...
And that is that!

I don't, understand the reason.
The reason things went wrong.
All I know is that I love you.
And that I miss you.
I don't, understand the reason.
The reason things went wrong.
All I know is that I love you.
And that I miss you.

[Verse 2]
Pick it up, and punch the numbers in.
Call me up, and tell me how you've been.
It's not the same. It's been to long.
Let's reunite, maybe through this song.
I'm not trying to tell you how to live.
I just want, want to be your friend.
Like years ago. The way we were.
The way you looked. The path we took.
You let me go, without even a grim.
Go ahead, and live with all your sin.
You'll turn back, get on track.
You'll find me and want me back.
I wont turn away, like I did before.
We all make mistakes I'm sure.
Please forgive, for what I've done.
Hold me close. Be my number one.

Lyrics submitted by krynge

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