"Best I Ever Had (Grey Sky Morning)" as written by Danny Robert Hamilton, Nakia S. Coleman, Ann Marie Hamilton, Aubrey Drake Graham, Matthew Jehu Samuels and Dwayne Carter....
So you sailed away
Into a gray sky morning.
Now I'm here to stay,
Love can be so boring.
Nothing quite the same now,
I just say your name now.

But its not so bad,
You're only the best
I ever had.
You don't want me back.
You're just the best
I ever had.

So you stole my world,
Now I'm just a phony.
Remembering the girl
Leaves me down and lonely.
Sending in the weather
Make yourself feel better.

But it's not so bad,
You're only the best
I ever had.
You don't need me back.
You're just the best
I ever had.

And it may take some time
To patch me up inside.
But I can't take it
So I run away and hide.
And I may find in time
That you were always right.
You're always right.

So you sailed away,
Into a gray sky morning.
Now I'm here to stay,
Love can be so boring.
What was it you wanted?
Could it be you're haunted?

But its not so bad,
You're only the best
I ever had.
I don't want you back.
You're just the best
I ever had.

The best I ever had.
Best I ever had.


Lyrics submitted by wherewulf

"Best I Ever Had" as written by Matthew B. Scannell Matt Scannell

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentTo me it's about two people that were in a relationship and one of them had to go away somewhere so they ended it. The other person didn't want this to happen and asks him/her back. When they refuse they decide that they just has to live with it In the end it is better to have loved and lost then to never have loved at all. And although it's hard right now they'll just have to get over it. They can't see it right now but maybee in time they'll come to relise the other person was right and it was best to end the relationship.
    Shezzieon April 25, 2002   Link

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