it's been goodnight
it's been goodbye
it's been so long that
i might cry
one drunken kiss
a drunken lie
hung over mornings
and a sobering cry

i've never given back to you
all the pain you've put me through
and i've never given back to you

a rainy day and a beautiful night
a hung jury and a bed uptight
i've been alone through the nights
i'll be alone until the day i die

cause i've never given back to you
all the shame you've put me through
and i've never given back to you
all the love in the world
to give to a little girl
no matter how hard i've tried
this will be until the day i die.

i've never given never give to you
and i've never given never give to you
you
you
you
you
you
it's been goodnight
it's been goodbye
it's been so long that i might cry



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Until the Day I Die Lyrics as written by Anna Jeanette Waronker

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    i love this song too! that dog. is just too damn awesome. this song for me is about a relationship that you've broken off a few times, but in the end you always end up back together no matter what happens (other relationships, fights, etc., etc.)

    cherry_queenon June 27, 2008   Link

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