Please Forgive Me

Album: White Ladder (1998)
Charted: 18
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  • Please forgive me
    If I act a little strange
    For I know not what I do
    Feels like lightning
    Running through my veins
    Every time I look at you
    Every time I look at you

    Help me out here
    All my words are falling short
    And there's so much I want to say
    Want to tell you just how good it feels
    When you look at me that way, ah
    When you look at me that way

    Throw a stone
    And watch the ripples flow
    Moving out across the bay
    Like a stone I fall into your eyes
    Deep into that mystery, ah
    Deep into some mystery

    I got half a mind
    To scream out loud
    I got half a mind to die
    So I will never have to
    Lose you girl
    Won't ever have to say goodbye
    I won't ever have to lie
    Won't ever have to say goodbye

    Whoa I
    Whoa I
    Whoa I

    Please forgive me
    If I act a little strange
    For I know not what I do
    Feels like lightning
    Running through my veins
    Every time I look at you
    Every time I look at you
    Every time I look at you
    Every time I look at you Writer/s: David Gray
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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