Same Old Same Old

Yeah well here I go again,
Its another song about the same old chick
Remember the one that left me for some dick.
And even when everyone is around me
why do i still feel so very lonely.
I cry at night and no matter how hard I try
I just cant see make things right.
I cant stand another cold and lonely night.

Its the same old song about the same old girl
And im still lost in this same old world
Im the same old boy but your a different girl.
Than you used to be. And all I wanted was for
you to fall in love with me (again. Love me again.)

Here we go again and now we're just friends.
I have to go on and I have to pretend.
Whats the lesson learned? Because I cant see it yet.
I know that now your feelings have changed
But i still feel the same old way.
Now that lifes been rearranged.
Do you think that its strange?
When I tell you that I still love you the same.

I wish you were here and some how I still
think you care. Theres nothing more that I fear
than spending my life all alone with nothing to show
but a memory of the love that I used to know.
Im falling back into my same old life but
I dont want to go. I feel the same old way
But now you will never know the way i feel today.

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