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It Used To Be Me

This song is by Con Hunley and appears on the album Oh Girl (1982).

I heard you fell in love again, ain't it funny, all the crazy turns of circumstance
I guess I had the chance
But I just got to know if it's anything like the way, we said, it used to be

Cause it used to be me who always held you, me who understood
It was me who said you shouldn't, when you were sure you should
It was me who laughed and cried alone, when no one else would
I hope he loves you better than I could

Does he know how to hold you and still leave you the room you need to be alone?
Can he let you go?
Does he know about the sadness of a man who clings to something that only used to be?

Cause it used to be me who always held you, me who understood
It was me who said you shouldn't, when you were sure you should
It was me who laughed and cried alone, when no one else would
I hope he loves you better than I could

You said goodbye, well, I just can't let you go yet
But I will try to forgive, but I just can't forget

It used to be me who always held you, me who understood
It was me who said you shouldn't, when you were sure you should
It was me who laughed and cried alone when no one else would
I hope he loves you better than I could

It used to be me

Written by:

Roy Freeland, Bill LaBounty

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