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She Don’t Want The World

3 Doors Down – ‘She don’t want the world’ – Lyrics

The open wound she hides
She just keeps it bundled up and never lets it show
She can’t take much more of this but she can’t let it go
That’s okay, she don’t want the world

And all the things she says
He’s just lying there without someone to hear her cry
She slips off into a dream about a place to hide
That’s okay, she don’t want the world

This love she feels
Everything she’s ever known or ever thought was real
Seems like it’s been thrown away now how she gonna live
It’s okay, she don’t want the world

Those words she never spoke
Hold a life of memories of all the times before
She tried to show him love while he would only ask for more
But it’s okay, she don’t want the world

Softly in her sleep, pictures of the life she’s longing for slowly appear
She’s seen them all before but somehow never quite this clear
She just smiles, she don’t want the world
She don’t want the world, she don’t want the world
She don’t want the world, she don’t want the world

This love she feels
Everything she’s ever known or ever thought was real
Seems like it’s been thrown away now how she gonna live
It’s okay, she don’t want the world

A brand new morning shines as she wakes up alone again
This time to face the day
She swears this time to make it as she simply walks away
And it’s okay, she don’t want the world

Written by Bradley Kirk Arnold, Christopher Lee Henderson, Matthew Darrick Roberts, Robert Todd Harrell • Copyright © Universal Music Publishing Group
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