I wanna take you somewhere so you know I care
But it's so cold and I don't know where
I brought you daffodils in a pretty string
But they won't flower like they did last spring

And I wanna kiss you, make you feel alright
I'm just so tired to share my nights
I wanna cry and I wanna love
But all my tears have been used up

On another love, another love
All my tears have been used up
On another love, another love
All my tears have been used up
On another love, another love
All my tears have been used up, up

And if somebody hurts you, I wanna fight
But my hand's been broken one too many times
So I'll use my voice, I'll be so fucking rude
Words, they always win, but I know I'll lose

And I'd sing a song that'd be just ours
But I sang 'em all to another heart
And I wanna cry, I wanna learn to love
But all my tears have been used up

On another love, another love
All my tears have been used up
On another love, another love
All my tears have been used up
On another love, another love
All my tears have been used up, up

Oh, need a love, now
My heart is thinking of

I wanna sing a song that'd be just ours
But I sang 'em all to another heart
And I wanna cry, I wanna fall in love
But all my tears have been used up

On another love, another love
All my tears have been used up
On another love, another love
All my tears have been used up
On another love, another love
All my tears have been used up, up


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Another Love Lyrics as written by Tom Peter Odell

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    I think this person is just so tired of giving their all in a relationship- its that feeling when u know this person means a lot to u- but u know ur not good enough for them now, and that ur only hurting them by sticking around- but u dont want to leave. Its that feeling when u know ur being so numb and its hurting everyone around u but u just cant leave them- he does truly love this person- but his love has been tossed around beforehand, and now he cant find it to show his lover that he loves her, and she's hurting because of this. Its that feeling where u know ur relationship is doomed because of u and how u changed- resulting in u losing the people u love. He knows that their love for him will die, and it kills him because he cant do anything about it but just watch as his absence makes their love fade away- and how he's ended up hurting his lover like people in the past have hurt him. this song is so beautiful :(

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