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Yesterday

Yesterday, my whole life changed ,
I'm a different person now.
and I feel, so insane..
Can't believe that you are gone.

We broke we fought,again n again,
single tear n you used to come back..
You said ,you'll never leave me.
But God had a different plan.

Now I am all alone, sitting on the floor
somebody tell me that it's not true.
I want you back,
babe, I loved you.

 I am all alone, and i miss you,
these tears i can't control
I want you back,
Babe, don't u go.

I wanna talk to you, like everyday,
listen to the sweet nothings you say
I Remember the month of May ....
And how you proposed me on my birthday..


Now i am all alone, sitting on the floor
somebody tell me that it's not true.
I want you back,
babe, i loved you.

 I am all alone, and I miss you,
these tears i can't control
I want you back,
Babe, don't u go!

I still wish, its just a bad dream
when i wake up, you'll kiss me,
hold me tight, n say it's alright!
My love, It's Alright..

(Him)
My Love Its Alright!
My Love Its Alright!

(Him)
You're not alone, we're in our room,
You were dreaming, oh my love,
don't you worry, I am here for you
Can u feel it when i touch you?
Look at me you beautiful..
Don't you know that I love You.

(Her)-------
I'm not alone , we're in our room
I was dreaming..oh... I was dreaming..
It was a bad bad dream..
We're together.. you and me
Don't you ever..ever leave me..
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