If You See Him, If You See Her

Album: If You See Him (1998)
  • If you see him, tell him I wish him well
    How am I doing
    Well, sometimes it's hard to tell
    I still miss him more than ever
    But please don't say a word
    If you see him
    If you see him

    If you see her, tell her I'm doing fine
    And if you want to
    Say that I think of her from time to time
    Ask her if she ever wonders where we both went wrong
    If you see her
    If you see her

    I still want her
    I still need him so
    I don't know why we let each other go

    If you see her, tell her the light's still on for her
    Nothing's changed, deep down the fire still burns for him
    And even if it takes forever, say I'll still be here
    If you see him
    If you see her
    If you see him
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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