Do You Ever Think Of Me?

Album: The Heart Speaks In Whispers (2016)
  • Do you ever think of me?
    Do I ever cross your mind?
    Does my memory linger
    And flood the room for you
    Like when I'm alone and I've thought of you

    Lazy Sunday afternoons
    The radio will play a tune
    And I can't help but wonder
    Just where you are
    Although we're miles apart
    'Cause you know that

    Somewhere in this crowded world
    Somewhere we can be alone
    We'd set the world on fire
    Time burns down like birthday candles
    Don't you want to go my love?
    We can make it all alright
    Why does it have to end?

    If only you could read my mind
    You'd see you name a thousand times
    You paint me as an angel
    But I'm just a woman
    Who's in love
    Don't play a waiting game
    When it comes to us

    'Cause you know that
    Somewhere in this crowded world
    Somewhere we can be alone
    We'd set the world on fire
    Time burns down like birthday candles
    Don't you want to go my love?
    We can make it all alright

    Somewhere in this crowded world
    Somewhere we can be alone
    We'd set the world on fire
    Time burns down like birthday candles
    Don't you want to go my love?
    We can make it all alright

    Do you ever think of me?
    Do you ever think of me at all? Writer/s: CORINNE BAILEY RAE, VALERIE SIMPSON, CURTIS MAYFIELD
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Global Talent Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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