Breath Away

Album: Endlessly (2010)
  • Child's play
    I was silly with your heart and day
    I enjoy tearing you apart
    Now it's me who cries

    Teenage games
    all I ever did was call you names
    I got kicks from teasing you
    Now it's me who cries

    I have such regrets
    It's you I can't forget
    Every time I see you go by
    I break down and cry
    Your taking my breath away
    And every time I see you with her
    Oh baby it hurts
    Your taking my breath away
    Breath away

    Now we've grown and I'm still here
    On my own
    I'll be tender with your foolish heart
    Cause still it's me who cries

    Now I fault
    Still I wish I had you to hold
    I don't suppose that you would
    Come away
    Cause still it's me who cries

    I have such regrets
    It's you I can't forget
    Every time I see you go by
    I break down and cry
    Your taking my breath away
    And every time I see you with her
    Oh baby it hurts
    Your taking my breath away
    Breath away

    I have such regrets
    It's you I can't forget oh

    Every time I see you go by
    I break down and cry
    Your taking my breath away
    And every time I see you with her
    Oh baby it hurts
    Your taking my breath away
    Breath away

    I have such regrets
    It's you I can't forget oh

    Every time I see you go by
    I break down and cry
    Your taking my breath away
    And every time I see you with her
    Oh baby it hurts
    Your taking my breath away
    Breath away
    Breath away
    You take my breath away
    Breath away
    Breath away Writer/s: ALBERT HAMMOND, AIMEE DUFFY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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