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Killing Me DJ (Feat Mike Hepton)


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Killing Me DJ (Feat Mike Hepton)

Mike Hepton returns to sing another song with me.
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1, 2, 3, Kill me

x2
Killing me DJ with another sad song
KIlling me DJ with another sad love song
I'm ten feet under now
Singing whoah whoah yeah yeah

I'm gonna burn your letters in the morning
Put all our faded pictures in a box
But till then
I just need my time
Before I face the end

x2
Killing me DJ with another sad song
KIlling me DJ with another sad love song
I'm ten feet under now
Singing whoah whoah yeah yeah

No one said the best loves last forever
and even the strong ones need to cry
I just can't stand to lose
and i know it just takes some time
for a heart to mend, for a heart to mend

x2
Killing me DJ with another sad song
KIlling me DJ with another sad love song
I'm ten feet under now
Singing whoah whoah yeah yeah

If I could turn back time
i would do it again
If i could turn back time
i would do it again
I would do it again

Another mistake for me to live through
But I already knew that heroes fall
And if I Could turn back time
I'd do it again, i'd do it again

x4
Killing me DJ with another sad song
KIlling me DJ with another sad love song
I'm ten feet under now
Singing whoah whoah yeah yeah

Just give me some time
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Uploaded: Dec 15, 2009 - 01:47:18 PM
Last Updated: Dec 15, 2009 - 01:47:18 PM Last Played: Jul 27, 2019 - 10:34:15 AM
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Name: Jade Lennings
Location: New York United States
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