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What is the name of this song?

It goes something like 'you're ______' and repeats itself. 

I was for sure thinking it was saying "you're gone you're gone you're gone" but when I googled it nothing came up. 

I know it has like a pop/techno kind of feel to it and is sung by a female. 

It might have been on a radio or from a TV show... I have been watching a lot of Breaking Bad lately.

asked Sep 25, 2015 in Name That Song by pawprinted (1,463 points)

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you're gone you're gone you're gone you're gone
you're gone you're gone you're gone you're gone away
if you don't like being hurt then please don't stay..

answered Oct 8, 2015 by AnnaBanana (42 points)
While I love Something Corporate, this is not it. As stated in my question, the singer is definitely a female and the song has a pop/techno feel to it.