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Every Time I Hear That Song - Brandi Carlile



     
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A love song was playing on the radio
It made me kind of sad because it made me think of you
And I wonder how you're doing but I wish I didn't care
Because I gave you all I had and got the worst of youBy the way, I forgive you
After all, maybe I should thank you
For giving me what I've found
'Cause without you around
I've been doing just fine
Except for any time I hear that song
Didn't it break your heart
When you watched my smile fading
Did it ever cross your mind
That one day the tables would be turned
They told me the best revenge
Would be a life well lived
And the strongest one that holds
Would be the hardest one to earnBy the way, I forgive you
After all, maybe I should thank you

For giving me what I've found
'Cause without you around
I've been doing just fine
Except for any time I hear that song
Oh, any time I hear that song
When I woke up in the morning I was choking on some words
There were things unsaid between us
There were things you never told
Now that's twice you broke my heart now
The first was way back when
And to know you're still unhappy
Only makes it break againBy the way, I forgive you
After all, maybe I should thank you
For giving me what I've found
'Cause without you around
I've been doing just fineBy the way, I forgive you
I never will, never will forget you
For giving me what I've found
'Cause without you around
I've been doing just fine
Except for any time I hear that song
Oh, any time I hear that song
Oh, any time I hear that song
Ooh, ooh, hmm
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Brandi Carlile (b. June 1, 1981, in Ravensdale, Washington) is an American singer and songwriter. Carlile's music has been categorized in several genres, including pop, rock, alternative country, and folk. Columbia Records signed Carlile in late 2004 on the strength of songs she'd been recording periodically at home. Released in 2005, Brandi Carlile showcased those early songs along with several newly recorded tracks.

Read more about Brandi Carlile on Last.fm.


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