When It Comes To Love

Album: Can't Slow Down (2009)
  • I remember the day
    Seems so far away
    When I walked into your life
    And the look in your eyes
    How it took you by surprise
    But it felt so right

    Then I drew you in
    Told you anything
    'Cause I wanted you so bad
    Girl I led you on
    Said there's nothing wrong
    In giving your heart to me

    But when it comes to love
    I should know better
    When it comes to love
    I take the blame
    'Cause you are the one I should've held on to
    Yeah, it coulda ben you

    I never realized
    How time was on my side
    Lost sight of my perfect world
    And the man that I've become
    From the damage that I've done
    It's so clear to me now

    But I wished that I
    Never was the kind
    To steal a lonely heart
    And I didn't see how good you were for me
    Now it's too late to go back

    'Cause when it comes to love
    I should know better
    When it comes to love
    I take the blame
    'Cause you are the one I should've held on to

    When it comes to love
    Girl I can't help it
    When it comes to love
    I always lose my way
    And you are the one I should've held on to

    Ah, it coulda been you
    Making a change in my heart
    Finding a new place to start
    Wondering what I can do
    Will I ever get over you no

    When it comes to love
    I should know better
    When it comes to love
    I take the blame
    'Cause you are the one I should've held on to

    When it comes to love
    Girl I can't help it
    When it comes to love
    I always lose my way
    And you are the one I should've held on to
    Ah, it could've been youWriter/s: MICK JONES, KELLY MARK HANSEN, MARTIN H. FREDERIKSEN
    Publisher: SOMERSET SONGS PUBLISHING INC
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