"Why Should I Care?" as written by and Kenneth Edmonds....
Back in the day
When I was younger
I wasn't afraid
Of giving my heart to you

Now and again
I get sentimental
But I know it's just a phase I'm going through
And every time I start to slip

I just remind myself
I need only think of it
I went through so much hell

You say ya want to get things back
The way they used to be
Can you give me one good reason
Why should I darling

Why should I care
Why should I care for you
Why should I care
Why should I care for you
Why should I care
Why should I care for you
Why should I care
Why should I care

Back in the day
I should of been wiser
But what can I say
I should of been onto you
But I was afraid

That you'd break my heart in two
Fate would have it that you broke it anyway baby
And every time I close my eyes
I just remind myself

You told about a million lies
You put my heart through hell
And now you want to get with me
Just for old times sake
Well I am not about to make that same mistake


You see a girl that you gave all your love
I see a girl you took advantage of
You see a girl that you cannot forget
I see a man that I cannot forgive
Tell me why


Back in the day when I was young
I wasn't afraid to love
Back in the day
You were the one what was I thinking of

Back in the day
Should of been wiser
Should of been onto you
But I was afraid I make a mistake
No one knows

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"Why Should I Care" as written by Tom Shapiro Sara Evans

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    General Commentcant believe nobodys commented to me this is about her ex boyfriend who she adored but he treated her badly they split but now he wants her back and she knows it would be a bad idea but shes still questioning him "why should I care"
    annmarie7on September 08, 2007   Link

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