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Freedom Ride

 
Keri Hilson Lyrics
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Freedom Ride Wish you were in my bed
Box of tissues there are instead
And the only thing in my head
What did she do right why

I know we ain’t together
But now I know I don’t get better and you
But you don’t feel the same about me
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What did she do right oh

[Chorus:]
We went on a freedom ride
To see what is on the other side
And promised we would reunite
Somebody changed your mind
Now you are alone

Unfinished business
Thought we were built to win this
And now you wanna end it
What didn’t I do right

We were supposed to just taste it
I never thought you would get wasted
And I was foolishly waiting
What didn’t I do right

[Chorus:]
We went on a freedom ride
To see what’s on the other side
And promised we would reunite
But somebody changed your mind
Now you are in love

I think she will understand
If you decide to try again
Maybe we are better off
Knowing she don’t exists
I’m taking this risk
Let us reverse just reverse
Oh I wish we never would boarded that train

[Chorus:]
We went on a freedom ride
To see what’s on the other side
And promised we would reunite
But somebody changed your mind
Now you are in love

Now you are in love yea
Now you are in love yea
Somebody changed your mind
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