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Learn My Lesson
by Daughtry



Tonight the sunset means so much,
The one thing that you know you'll never touch.
Like the feeling, the real thing
I reach out, for the sweet dream.
But somehow the darkness wakes me up.

I've felt this emptiness before.
But all the times that I've been broken,
I still run right back for more.

You'd think that I'd learn my lesson by now.
You'd think that I'd somehow figure out
That if you strike that match you're bound to feel the flame.
You think that I'd learn the cost of love,
I've paid that price long enough.
But still I drive myself right through the pain.
Yeah well it turns out, I haven't learned a thing.

(ohh yeah)

Sometimes I think I'm better off,
To turn out the lights, and close up shop.
And give up the longing
Believing and belonging.
And just hold down my head and take the loss.

You'd think that I'd learn my lesson by now.
You'd think that I'd somehow figure out
That if you strike that match you're bound to feel the flame.
You think that I'd learn the cost of love,
I've paid that price long enough.
But still I drive myself right through the pain.
Yeah well it turns out, I haven't learned a thing.

You'd think that I'd learn my lesson by now.
You'd think that I'd somehow figure out..
That if you strike that match you're bound to feel the flame!
You think that I'd learn the cost of love,
I've paid that price long enough.
But still I drive myself right through the pain.
Yeah well it turns out, I haven't learned a thing.

You'd think that I'd learn my lesson by now.
You'd think that I'd somehow figure out
I haven't learned a thing
I haven't learned, I haven't learned
I haven't learned a thing.
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Lyrics submitted by Rachel Fraley.
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