See them wasting on the bone, and the tears they cry
Find the places on you own, for the scars she'll hide
Night falls, as the Winter turns in sleet
She calls out loud "Won't you stay away from me"
All alone, feeling strong
When you need her, she'll be gone
You wonder why it took so long
And why it's harder to go on
See the faces on their own, and the words they lie
So you faked it back at home, happened once or twice
Night falls, as the Winter turns in sleet
She calls out loud "What the hell is wrong with me?"
All alone, feeling strong
When you need her, she'll be gone
You wonder why it took so long
And why it's harder to go on
Night falls, as the Winter turns in sleet
She calls out loud "What the hell is wrong with me?"
All alone, feeling strong
When you need her, she'll be gone
You wonder why it took so long
And why it's harder to go on


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    i love justin furstenfeld!!

    ashleyfurstenfeldon May 30, 2007   Link
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    If im not mistaken this isn't the Blue here in the U.S. It the Blue October from the U.K. I remember asking about it on the BO forum and thats what i got back. But i still like the words. Kinda how i felt when my wife left me for anothers arms.

    chop83on October 30, 2008   Link

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