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Things I Never Could Forget Lyrics Meanings
by Save The Lost Boys


Things I Never Could Forget Lyrics

You sold your promises for cheaper thrills and their approval. 
You called my pocket aces and left your cards out on the table. 
You roll your eyes the way you lie. 
From side to side and towards the sky. 
You're looking hard for something that you lost deep inside. 

I won't be the last one to cross your mind at night. 

I'm still trying to forget 
How it feels to lay beside of you. 
I work so hard so you would not regret the things we said. 
These are the things I never could forget. 

I spent my nights recalling all the words of your false prophets. 
You've organized all of my thoughts in terms of moving boxes. 
A piece of you still occupies. 
Everything that's left behind. 
I’m looking hard for something that you left far behind. 

You and I were just a moment lost in time. 
But I won't be the last one to cross your mind at night. 

I'm still trying to forget 
How it feels to lay beside of you. 
I work so hard so you would not regret the things we said. 
These are the things I never could forget.  

She said "you don't have to put your life on standby. I'd hate to be the only one you live by" 
All these visions of memories take everything from me. 
When I'm lost and broken. 
Caught up in the words you've spoken. 

I'm still trying to forget 
How it feels to lay beside of you. 
I work so hard so you would not regret the things we said. 
These are the things I never could forget. 

Writer(s): Joey Parker, Joshua Hall, Lee Weiss
Copyright(s): Lyrics © Another Victory Publishing
Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind

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