Stephen Duffy, The Lilac Time We Used to Be So cover

We Used to Be So
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We Used to Be So Lyrics

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Verse 1
Early one morning, the sun was shining
I sang your song as you lay crying
Do you believe that I'm not trying?
Verse 2
You didn't ask for me to wake you
Nor did you think that this would break you
How long I wondered would it take you
To walk away
Verse 3
Oh, and if you go
I don't know if I can carry on
What went wrong?
We used to be so
Verse 4
Have you read of 'Fitzgerald's descent'?
Have you seen' Eat the Document'?
I know you've heard Tim Hardin?s lament
Haven't you?
Verse 5
Well, I'm through with living on eight percent
I don't want to wonder where life went
You and me, honey, we were meant
To say we do
Verse 6
Oh, and if you go
I don't know if I can carry on
What went wrong?
We used to be so
Verse 7
I woke up the day the day you went away
Wishing that I was dead
If you make it through
And I pray to god you do
Forget everything I said
Verse 8
We used to be so

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