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"Things Just Ain't The Same (Dance Mix)" lyrics by DEBORAH COX
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"Things Just Ain't The Same (Dance Mix)"

I saw you the other day
And I almost lost my mind
I remember the things we did
I can't believe it's a waste of time
And sometimes I wanna cry
And sometimes I wanna die
Please help me understand
Why can't my heart just lie?

Things just ain't the same
He could never be you
You should know the pain I feel
Understand what I'm going through

I'm still in love with you
And I know that you feel it too
But I feel that I can't go on
I just want you to come back home
I'm so ashamed of me
My heart is not complete
I know you walked away
My heart wants you to stay


The water's in my eyes
Can't hide what I feel inside
I said the tears keep falling down
I can feel it when you're not around babe
I've lost control of me
Yet your love's a shame to see
I just cannot help myself
I don't want nobody else

Sometimes I wanna cry
Sometimes I wanna die
Please help me understand
Why can't my heart just lie?

[Chorus x3]

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