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Wore Out My Soul
by Casey Abrams



When I saw you in that window
I should have kept walking by
Heart slows down my paces
Temptress lures me inside

Temperature is rising
Gotta take off my tie
Felt your tongue with the grin
As I slipped it all in
A shoveling up so high
Without your love around
My feet drag on the ground
I just wanna take you home
But as time keeps moving on
Your shine is clearly gone
This just ain’t going nowhere

I thought you were the one
I didn’t mean it, oh
I tried those new shoes on
You should have seen it, oh
Oh, your exterior is rough
But your comfort is not enough
You know baby you really wore out my soul
Wore out my soul

When I walked with you, it used to feel so sweet
People would see us together, I was complete
Mama used to say I’ll grow out of you one day
I thought I’d be with you till we were old and grey
Without your love around, I thought I’d feel so down
I thought I’d be crying all the time
But as time keeps moving on
You're surely clearly gone
I knew that I’d walk all over you, whoa

I thought you were the one
I didn’t mean it, oh
I tried those new shoes on
You should have seen it
Oh, your exterior is rough
But your comfort, it's not enough
You know baby you really wore out my soul
Wore out my soul

I thought you were the one
I didn’t mean it
I tried those new shoes on
You should have seen it
Your exterior is rough
But your comfort's not enough
Yeah know baby you really wore out my soul

Oh, I thought you were the one
Oh, I thought you were the one
I tried those new shoes on
You should have seen it
Oh, your exterior is rough
But your comfort is not enough
You know baby you really wore out my soul

I thought you were the one
I thought you were the one, oh
I tried those new shoes on
I'm gonna try some new ones on
Your exterior is rough
But your comfort is not enough
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written by IAN BARTER, CASEY ABRAMS
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