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NOSTALGIC
Kelly Clarkson


Don't be sad that it's over
Just be happy that it happened to us
Don't look back and remember
Drunken tears, oh remember the love

In my head, I see you laughing
From the words I said, felt like a new beginning
In my head, I see you standing there
The words you said felt like a story ending

We will never, ever be the same
Picture's changing, but not the frame
When I'm sleeping, I still kiss your face
I can't have it, when I'm awake

Even though we lost it, I still get nostalgic
Even if we wanted, we can't turn back the hands of time
Even though we lost it, I still get nostalgic
Nostalgic

I wonder if you're wearing
That gold chain with a promise from me
Honestly felt so real then
Even now it's not hard to believe

In my head, I see you laughing
From the words I said, felt like a new beginning
In my head, I see you standing there
The words you said felt like a story ending

We will never, ever be the same
Picture's changing, but not the frame
When I'm sleeping, I still kiss your face
I can't have it, when I'm awake

Even though we lost it, I still get nostalgic
Even if we wanted, we can't turn back the hands of time
Even though we lost it, I still get nostalgic
Nostalgic

We will never, ever be the same
We will never, ever be the same
We will never, ever be the same
Never be the same

Even though we lost it, I still get nostalgic
Even if we wanted, you can't turn back the hands of time
Even though we lost it, I still get nostalgic
Even if we wanted, you can't turn back the hands of time
Even though we lost it, I still get nostalgic
Nostalgic


KELLY CLARKSON

Kelly Brianne Clarkson (born April 24, 1982 in Fort Worth, TX) is a Grammy-winning American singer-songwriter and occasional actress. Clarkson recorded her debut album with RCA Records after having won the highly-publicized first season of the television series American Idol in 2002.

Though originally marketed as a pop musician, she eventually developed a more rock-oriented image. Her debut album, Thankful, was released in 2003 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 with almost 300 ... Read More