She's The One

It's hard to talk about it's hard to figure out
Sometimes it's hard to let go

It hurts to hear the truth it hurt to hear it from you
Sometimes it's better not to know
Well I'm allright then I ain't too good and I find myself wishin' she would
Stop by here or maybe just give a call

She's the one take my breath she's the one scares me to death
She's the girl who's in my heart and soul
She's the one make me she's the one break me
Just a girl I don't know why I just know she's the one

Life puts us to the test and then time just tells us the rest
This life is bitter sweet I know
They say it's a lonely end they say this love is pretend
But they say a lot of things you know
Well I know it may not seem like much but there's a lonesome someone missin' a touch
Missin' the part that made him whole

She's the one take my breath she's the one scares me to death
She's the girl who's in my heart and soul
She's the one make me she's the one break me
Just a girl I don't know why I just know she's the one

My my my my my my
My my my my
Well I don't know why I just know she's the one


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