Forgetting You By James Carr

Rhymes, Writings, and Confessions to Small Crimes

Forgetting You By James Carr

As I prepare to lay down here alone dear
I can’t help but to keep wishing that you were here
I done you wrong but now you are gone
What can I do?
Don’t make me live the rest of my life
Forgetting you
It’s too bad I didn’t realize until you were gone
Just what it meant to have a love like you for my own
But now that you’ve gone I can’t go on
Living here without you
Don’t make me live the rest of my life
Forgetting you
Forgetting you
It will be so hard I know
But listen baby
How can I forget you
Every day I love you more and more
Come back to me
I’m lone and blue
Don’t make me live the rest of my life
Forgetting you
How can I forget you
When every day I love…

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