Since you been gone
I been hangin' around here lately
With my mind messed up
Jumped in my car tried to clear my mind
Didn't help me
I guess I'm all messed up now baby
Soon as I jumped into my ride
Those memories start to play
A song comes on the radio
And there you are baby once again

It's just another sad love song
Rackin' my brain like crazy
Guess I'm all torn up
Be it fast or slow
It doesn't let go
Or shake me
And it's all because of you

Since you been gone
I keep thinkin' about you baby
Gets me all choked up
This heart of mine keeps
Dreamin' of you and it's crazy
You'd think I'd had enough
As soon as I get you out my head
I'm in your car again
Just one request from the radio
I'm back in love sugar once again

It's just another sad love song
Rackin' my brain like crazy
Guess I'm all torn up
Be it fast or slow
It doesn't let go
Or shake me
And it's all because of you

Here comes the strings
Then somebody sings
Only takes a beat
And then it starts killin' me darlin'
Only takes one note, I tell ya,
From that radio
It's just
Another,
Lonely,
Love song.


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Another Sad Love Song Lyrics as written by KENNETH EDMONDS, DARYL SIMMONS

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    ferget the rest of them sad love songs, this one sums it all up perfectly.

    silverpuppiezon May 12, 2002   Link
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    and there again.. brings back my tears... reminds me of my broken heart and how much i wan him back.... cuts like a knife and makes me crumbling down..

    tigresson July 13, 2002   Link
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    oh man this song makes me feel all weird inside every time i hear it. i was at mcdonald's with my girlfriend and this song came on and she started to sing it. it was beautiful. what made it special was that she goes to college 7 1/2 hours away from where i go to high school, and i came up to see her that weekend. so it was special just being with her. unfortunately, she couldn't handle the distance anymore, so she broke up with me. so now everytime i hear this song i get this really weird feeling inside of me, i can't describe it, but it almost makes me wanna cry. this sisn't anywhere near my type of music, but i can totally relate to the entire song.

    cobaltmonkey141on September 25, 2002   Link
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    its a weird song

    NavyChick07on November 29, 2004   Link

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