One More Chance

Album: Single Release Only (2009)
Charted: 15
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  • Lyrics
  • Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance to love you
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance to love you

    So open the door and calm down
    Can't you see that I'm trying

    Don't say another word about the other boy
    Can't you see that I'm dying
    This time things will be different
    And you're gonna see
    This time things will be different
    And you're gonna see, see
    These hands will come around
    You'll love their touch again
    This time things will be different
    And you're gonna see, see

    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance to love you
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance to love you

    So open the door and calm down
    Can't you see that I'm trying

    Don't say another word about the other boy
    Can't you see that I'm dying
    This time things will be different
    And you're gonna see
    This time things will be different
    And you're gonna see, see
    These hands will come around
    You'll love their touch again
    This time things will be different
    And you're gonna see, see

    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance
    Give me one more chance to love you

    This time things will be different
    And you're gonna see
    This time things will be different
    And you're gonna see, see
    These hands will come around
    You'll love their touch again
    This time things will be different
    And you're gonna see, seeWriter/s: KELE OKEREKE, RUSSELL LISSACK
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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