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Down That Road Lyrics

Down That Road by Deborah Gibson  

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Down That Road I've been down that road
Holdin' my ground and it kills me
Cause you're so cool to be around, when you're around
But I think you've lost you
And I think of other lovers lost
And the soul wrenching cost
And I'd rather have you in my life, yeah
Feeling down, but empowered just the same
High on the pain that I'm saying no to
Don't wanna be another lesson learned
Another stripe you've earned
So good-bye

Sometimes the light just fades
Yeah, the ball of yarn that just runs out
And you hold on for dear life
Coming from a place of doubt
Sometimes the light just fades
Yeah, the ball of yarn just runs out
And you hold on for dear life
Coming from a place of doubt

Chorus:
Well I've been down that road once or twice before, once or twice before
I ain't goin' there again
You can't take me there
I won't follow you
I will walk away
While I still can call you a friend

Led me down the garden path
Then who's left with the aftermath
And it doesn't add up
It's a mixed equation
Was in for the long haul Yeah, you were my all-in-all
Guess I was your recreation
Sometimes you swim and swim, expecting to see something more
And your whole soul gives out, before you reach the shore
Sometimes you swim and you see nothing more
And your whole soul gives out before you reach the shore.

Chorus...To some bitter bitter end

Woah....Woah....

Bridge:
Soothing music plays
Used to think of our someday
When there was a someday
But it came too soon
Soothing music plays
Used to think of our someday
When there was a someday
But it came too soon
Just as well...

Chorus



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