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You were never more concerned.
I was never more wrong.
Should’ve seen it from the get-go.
We didn’t tell each other lies.
It wouldn’t feel right and besides…
avoiding topics works just as well.

Has it occurred to you I realize what I put you through?
It was all about a voice.
Now from the outside I can see I burned you and your pride.
I thought I didn’t have the choice.

So when you ask me if I have regrets.
I do. I do.
And when you ask me if this is the best it gets.
I wish I knew. I wish I knew.
If you ask me if I fear that I’m being insincere.
If you ask me if I ever think it through.
I used to. I used to.

We’re not better off alone.
We’re not better off apart.
We’re not better off at all.
I’m not punishing you.
You’re not punishing me.
We’re not waiting for us both to fall.
I swore I loved you from the start and always will..
and I would never take those words away.
There’s no better man that’s why it’s hard to understand…
I still can’t stay.

So when you ask me if I have regrets.
I do. I do.
And when you ask me if this is the best it gets.
I wish I knew. I wish I knew.
If you ask me if I fear that I’m being insincere.
If you ask me if I ever think it through.
I used to. I used to.

We can tear this all apart.
We can turn it upside down.
We can throw it in the laundry.
Your strength and beauty stands alone.
So far above me and my own.
What I have given you is far less than what you have me.
You took my hands, held me up and let me stand.
When I thought no one had a chance.
I swore I loved you from the start and always will.
We were far beyond romance.

So when you ask me if I have regrets.
I do. I do.
And when you ask me if this is the best it gets.
I wish I knew. I wish I knew.
If you ask me if I fear that I’m being insincere.
If you ask me if I ever think it through.
I used to. I used to.

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from Paint and Turpentine, released September 1, 2004
Produced by Brian Lahaie
Released by Dragonfly Distribution

Brian Lahaie - Drums, Percussion, Acoustic Guitar
Ayron Mortley - Electric Guitar and Mandolin
Brian Kobayakawa - Bass Guitar

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Angie Nussey Orillia, Ontario

Angie Nussey is a Canadian Singer / Songwriter and winner of Best Country Song (Warm Hands) in the Great American Song Contest.

Her latest release, "Still Hope" is her sixth, full length album. She has toured extensively for over 13 years and has sharing the stage with a number of famous and infamous people.

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