When You Really Loved Someone

  • Soul searchin'
    Heartbroken
    Eyes open
    Some say
    You're only cryin' in the dark

    Life changes,
    Rearranges
    Time passes
    Some say
    You're only cryin' in the dark

    He promised you his love would last forever
    The day he said goodbye
    All you wanted
    Was to lay down and die

    When you loved someone
    Really loved someone
    And you lost that one
    Well, then nothing really matters
    No forgiveness, no politeness
    No one else could take his place
    No one, no one
    Oh-ooh

    Come together, honey
    Let him go now, honey
    Save your heart
    They say
    No more cryin' in the dark

    Gotta break loose, have some fun
    Let yourself go, come undone
    I know your friends mean well, but
    Ooh

    When you loved someone
    Really loved someone
    And you lost that one
    Well, then nothing really matters
    No forgiveness, no politeness
    No one else could take his place
    No one, no one
    When you really loved someone
    Loved someone

    You'll never be the same

    Hmm
    When you loved someone
    Really loved someone
    And you lost that one
    Well, then nothing really matters
    No forgiveness, no politeness
    No one else could take his place
    No one, no one
    No one
    When you really loved someone. Writer/s: JORGEN KJELL ELOFSSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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