Louyah – I Used to Care

Last updated on August 2nd, 2021 at 10:41 am

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LYRICS

I used to care, but now I don’t
When you felt free, I felt alone
When you’re away, I gotta let you know
It’s always our days that I’ve been feeling whole
You don’t want me now but you don’t want me to go

I never thought it’d need to be so hard
To say
I love you
Now you’re gone, my heart, forever calls

Didn’t always wanna run out the door
While I’m runnin’, really hopin’ you call
Know that I’m comin’, wasn’t for nothin’
Regrets and assumptions are bruising my heart

You
You

You know that I’m coming, wasn’t for nothin’
Regrets and assumptions are leavin’ me scarred

Sturdy bridges, burn ’em, down
Wantin’, all my, moments
To be feelings that you wanted to throw away
The rain will come

Clouds will form, getting hard to see another way
Lose control, am I wrong to think it’s all okay?
Numb the pain, hope this storm will wash this mess down the drain
Oh I don’t know

I used to care, but now I don’t
When you felt free, I felt alone
When you’re away, I gotta let you know
It’s always our days that I’ve been feeling whole
You don’t want me now but you don’t want me to go
I never thought it’d need to be so hard
To say
I love you
Now you’re gone, my heart, forever calls

I used to care, but now I don’t
When you felt free, I felt alone

Didn’t always wanna run out the door
While I’m runnin’, really hopin’ you call
Know that I’m comin’, wasn’t for nothin’
Regrets and assumptions are bruising my heart

You
You

You know that I’m coming, wasn’t for nothin’
Regrets and assumptions are leavin’ me scarred

I used to care, but now I don’t
When you felt free, I felt alone

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