I do so well without you Then you come back again I say that I am fine I sit and play pretend. I go off to parties I try to flirt with men I do so well without you That it’s hard not to pretend. And, silly me, I loved you And, silly me, I care For you and all around you But love is never fair. I do so well without you Then back you come around I see you in the distance You look for common ground. I say I want to see you I say I want to call I sit alone and wonder If I was anything at all? And, silly me, I loved you I thought I meant the world To me, you were my everything But I was not your girl. I do so well without you So very, very well. Until you say hello again And I’m under your spell. And, silly me, I talk to you I often bare my soul And, silly me, I love you But you don’t deserve to know.