Love Got Away

Album: Life, Love & Hope (2013)
  • Love in your mind is so real
    I thought I knew, but in your eyes
    It's so hard to find what's the deal
    You wake up and realize

    Love got away, got away from me oh
    Love got away, got away from me, so

    I thought I'd stop by on my way
    I hope you don't mind
    Can you tell me why, night and day
    You're still on my mind?


    Hey, hey I need your love
    Ooh, I don't know
    If words are enough
    This time,
    I gotta get back in your love oh

    Love is a journey night and day
    Bringing me to you
    And now I've got to hurry on my way
    Is there anything I can do?


    Yeah, yeah
    I need your love

    Ooh, and,
    I just wanna find my way, comin' back to you
    You're here in my mind every day,
    In everything you do, and
    Your love is the power I obey,
    Every night and day, and
    Livin' hour to hour, day by day,
    For every word you say

    Oh, I'm on my way, I hope you don't mind
    Ooh, night and day, you're on my mind yeah
    Ooh, on my way, I think of you
    Ooh, night and day, is there anything I can do? Writer/s: TOM SCHOLZ
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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