Hope you don't mind
But I changed my point of view
'Cause now I've found someone new
I thought that you knew that I need time to think
So I can see my way clear

Hope you don't mind
'Cause I got it all confused
Don't think that you've been used
It's just today that I don't feel so sure
Of wanting more

For what it's worth, I'm sorry
For what it's worth, I still can see the light of day
I still wake up in the night
Don't know if I'm wrong, are you right?

For what it's worth, I'm sorry
For what it's worth, I never meant to lead you on
And if I'm wrong, I'm sorry
Maybe it was meant to be this way

Hope you don't mind
But I got no confidence
Forever now don't make no sense
I'd try again but it would be pretend
So it's the end

For what it's worth, I'm sorry
For what it's worth, I still can see the light of day
I still wake up in the night
Don't know if I'm wrong, are you right?

For what it's worth, I'm sorry
For what it's worth, I still can see the light of day
I still wake up in the night
Don't know if I'm wrong, are you right?

For what it's worth, I'm sorry
For what it's worth, I never meant to lead you on
And if I'm wrong, I'm sorry
Maybe it was meant to be this way


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