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Lyrics Of Course I'm Alright Alabama

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Alabama


Written by Billy Kirsch
Why do you ask of course I?m alright
I guess I wasn?t thinking I?d run into you tonight
Do I seem surprised, I guess you caught me off guard
Yes I?m really doing fine, no it hasn?t been that hard
How ?bout you, getting on with your life
There?s so much to tell you, that I won?t even try
My, its good to see you, how long has it been
I must admit I think about you every now and then
Like when I open my eyes, when I lay down at night
Every moment ever since the day you said goodbye
But you?ll never know ?cause I keep it inside
How am I doing without you, of course I?m alright
Well to tell you the truth, I guess I have felt better
God just look at you, wow
You make it look so easy, I can see it on yout face
Everything we used to be is gone without a trace
If you wanna know, right now I?m sinking fast
Girl you always could see right behind this mask
But I won?t give it away, gonna keep it inside
How am I doing without you, of course I?m alright
If you don?t want to know the truth, of course I?m alright

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