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    The correct form would be. John was troubled by something but I didn't know what it was. English usually forms sentences with a subject-verb-object structure, as in your first clause.

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    Think again, remember what we said Promises, how we both forget Even now I see it in your eyes When and why, and where was paradise? Something's been and gone When all is said and done, we were wrong Was that what it was? Was that what it was? Think again, remember what.

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