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Treble Clef

A Word We Never Say

Copyright 2011 Will Boyd and Janetta Cravens Boyd

This is my first attempt at writing a song on piano. I can now play 1 song on piano! This is also the first time I’ve tried writing with someone else. I co-wrote this with my wife, Janetta. We have plans to rewrite the second verse completely.

Verse 1:
We've been fighting each other all night long
There's no chance of stopping before dawn
It looks like tomorrow's going to be
Another one of those days

I can't believe we turned out like this
I can't remember our last kiss
We're still screaming
Though there's nothing more to say

Chorus:
Baby, when did we learn to be so cruel
How did we become strangers along the way
I remember when love was something we would do
Now it's just a word we never say
Verse 2:
Looking back on the first fight we ever had
I never knew that I could feel that bad
I was afraid if I closed my eyes
You'd be gone before the sun

Now the fighting comes more easily
I never let you get the best of me
Now I don't know what scares me more
Losing you or holding on
Chorus:
Baby, when did we learn to be so cruel
How did we become strangers along the way
I remember when love was something we would do
Now it's just a word we never say

Bridge:
I don't know why we stand the pain
But neither or us seems ready to change
No one wants to be the one who quits
So we both give up
Chorus:
Baby, when did we learn to be so cruel
How did we become strangers along the way
I remember when love was something we would do
Now it's just a word we never say

Verse 3:
We've been fighting each other all night long
There's no chance of stopping before dawn
It looks like tomorrow's going to be
Another one of those days



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