From the album Better At Goodbye

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written by Jan Buckingham, Shantell Ogden and Wood Newton

Lyrics

Starring out the window down the drive
I can almost see you pulling in tonight
And hear you coming through the door
The way you have so many times before
I tell myself that almost any day
You’ll drift back to me like you slipped away
When I’m close giving up
On ever really being loved
Thinkin I’m never gonna find somebody else
When the truth that I’m alone is hard as hell
Baby You’re the Lie I Tell Myself
There’s nothing where your pictures used to hang
It echos down an empty hall when I call your name (when I call your name)
Fighting all the memories in this place
Don’t know how much more my worn-out heart can take
Going out with someone new won’t help that much
Cause when I think about the future I still think of us
When I’m close giving up
On ever really being loved
Thinkin I’m never gonna find somebody else
When the truth that I’m alone is hard as hell
Baby You’re the Lie I Tell Myself
I tell myself I’ll find the words
To bring you back and heal the hurt
That any night you’re gonna call
And ask forgiveness for it all
When I’m close giving up
On ever really being loved
Thinkin I’m never gonna find somebody else
When the truth that I’m alone is hard as hell
Baby You’re the Lie I Tell Myself