Day at the Fair The Lost, the Lucky Lyrics

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Your heart stopped and I still think of where you've been and where you've gone
I'll be missing you for way too long
Cause I took chances on your sympathy, and lost the auction when
I bid the lost and the lucky

I can't erase what I can't change
But the guilt still hurts the same

I know I could've saved you in the end
In the end

I skipped town without the last of words, the last of what I left
You chose drugs, you chose an ending
A closed up casket shows me that you'd hide the girl you used to be
So strong, and so forgiving

Still hear your voice on my machine
As you ask you if the bigger picture is all it seems

You killed yourself for what you could've been
While I was building a life to bring us back again

Now I
Can't say, I'm sorry
It's too late, I'm holding
All the answers to our dreams
Now I'm
Waiting, silent
As I think of what regret now means
For the girl, lost and lucky

You know I knew that I still thought of you and where your life had gone
This will leave a mark for way too long
And every bone that aches remembers you, remembers who you were
You're the loss that I am living

I feel the world around me change
I'm coming back to L.A., looked the same

I know we could've changed this in the end

Now I
Can't say, I'm sorry
It's too late, I'm holding
All the answers to our dreams
Now I'm
Waiting, silent
As I think of what regret now means
For the girl, lost and lucky

And every promise that I didn't make, I wish I did
Every word I thought, I could have said before you left
And every promise that I didn't make, I wish I did
Every word that kept me holding you until these words forgave me
Loving you until your life can say that now

Angel, I'm sorry
It's too late, I'm holding
All the answers to our dreams
Now I'm
Waiting, silent
As I think of what regret now means
For the girl, lost and lucky

Lyrics © OBO APRA/AMCOS

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