"You Don't Love Me Like You Used To" by The Lone Bellow

Watch The Lone Bellow perform "You Don't Love Me Like You Used To" during their Biscuits & Jam session at Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL. (Video by Robbie Caponetto. Audio recorded and mixed by FrozenHen.)

SHOW TRANSCRIPT

You don't love me like you used to, just a spirit haunting my bedroom. House I built for you feels like a tomb. You don't love me like you used to. You waited at the bus stop, flowers in hand. A yellow tulip for each hour we'd spent apart, but now my broken heart and empty hands. I always wanted just to hold you close. Are buried in the pockets of my coat along with all the notes I'd wrote if I'd thought you'd read them. But you don't love me like you used to. You don't hear me when I'm talking to you, just an old book you just breeze on through. You don't love me like you used to. I come home and the table's set just right and what you serve don't fill my appetite. I know for sure your kitchen's closing nearly every night. And day I wish that you would go away and find another soul to suffocate. And I love you so, but you should know I can't go on this way. I can't go on this way. I can't go on this way. I can't go on this way. Cause you don't love me like you used to, just a spirit haunting my bedroom. House I built for you feels like a tomb. You don't love me like you used to. And you don't love me like you used to. You don't hear me when I'm talking to you, just an old book you just breeze on through. You don't love me like you used to. You don't love me. You don't love me. You don't love me like you used to.
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