Don't You Know Who I Think I Am Lyrics

I've spent the end of my summer
Listening to these songs
I know you don't like
I've been wondering where you are
And who you're with
We used to lay on your kitchen floor
At 2am
I was fourty miles away from my house;
But I never felt so at home.
I was fourty miles away from my house
You never called before you left to move West.
I was just dead weight, pulling you down
I'll move forward without the person I need
When something's fallen apart as many times as us,
I can't put it back together, it's not the same.
You still run through my head every night
When I lay in bed
You used to cover up The cigarette burn on the passenger seat of my car
Now there's just empty coffee cups
And long drives by myself

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these lyrics are last corrected by Ginny

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