I said some things, to you I think that I shouldnt've said
I spoke out of turn, and hurt you I've learned that it hurts me back
Oh what could be worse than,
Me losing you...
What if you, never came back
What would I do without you
I got in the car, turned on the lights and the radio...
I drove really fast, and I cried hard, then you know
Oh where were you, and why did I say those things?
What if you never came back
What would I do, without you...here
Is there anyway you can forgive me for what I've done
Is there anyway you could love me still, for being so...wrong
Can you forgive me
Can you forgive me...
What if you never came back...
What would I do without you here
Without you here
Without you here
Behind the Song:
“When I was dating Jeremy, we had an argument. Neither one of us can remember now what it was about, but as he walked out my apartment door, he stood at the top step and said, ‘I love you.’ And I just looked at him and closed the door. It was pouring down rain as he drove off. I watched him from my balcony and started bawling. I was raised in a home where, even if my dad was mad at my mom or vice versa, they would kiss goodnight and say ‘I love you,’ because you never know if that’s going to be the last time you speak. All I could think was ‘What if he doesn’t come back? What if he gets in a car accident and I never see him again? I am such a jerk!’ I got in the car and drove really fast over to his apartment, crying harder than I can remember ever doing and thinking, ‘Please be okay! Please forgive me!’ When I got there I waited for two hours until he came back. I told him, ‘I am so sorry!’ He said, ‘Why?’ I said, ‘Because I was wrong.’ And he said, ‘That’s what I wanted to hear. I want to make sure that you’re sorry because you hurt me, not because you’re hurting.’ And I said, ‘No, I’m sorry because I’m wrong, and I hurt your feelings… and I didn’t even say ‘I love you.’ He did forgive me, and we did get married, but to this day I think this is one of Jeremy’s favorite songs because he gets to hear me sing… ‘I was wrong
!” – Tiffany Arbuckle Lee (Plumb