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Itís so strange
I never thought Iíd see you here
Youíre still so pretty
But Iím not looking

Iím not searching
Not trying to find
Someone to make me whole
I wonít lie
Wonít try to deny Iíve
Found the other half of my soul


Itís so weird
I never thought Iíd see you again
Still easy on the eyes
But Iím not tempted this time

Iím not searching
Not trying to find
Someone to make me whole
I wonít lie
Wonít try to deny Iíve
Found the other half of my soul


Iíve learned to hold on
Learned to realize what Iím not
Donít need anything else
Iíve learned to love what Iíve got

Iíve given up the games
Walked a mile in her shoes
I no longer feel ashamed
Iíve learned to love what I donít want to lose

Iím not searching
Not trying to find
Someone to make me whole
I wonít lie
Wonít try to deny Iíve
Found the other half of my soul


I stopped searching
Two years ago I found the reason
Found the purpose - filled the void
Without her I wouldnít be breathing

Iím not searching
Not trying to find
Someone to make me whole
I wonít lie
Wonít try to deny Iíve
Found the other half of my soul


So Iím sorry
But youíve waited too long
Iím so sorry
But Iím sure youíll be fine

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"If the only tool you own is a hammer, every problem will eventually begin to resemble a nail."


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