Out Of Reach

Album: Bridget Jones's Diary: Music From The Motion Picture (2001)
Charted: 4
  • Knew the signs
    Wasn't right
    I was stupid for a while
    Swept away by you
    And now I feel like a fool
    So confused,
    My heart's bruised
    Was I ever loved by you?

    Out of reach, so far
    I never had your heart
    Out of reach
    Couldn't see
    We were never
    Meant to be

    Catch myself
    From despair
    I could drown
    If I stay here
    Keeping busy everyday
    I know I will be OK

    But I was
    So confused
    My heart's bruised
    Was I ever loved by you?

    Out of reach, so far
    I never had your heart
    Out of reach
    Couldn't see
    We were never
    Meant to be

    So much hurt
    So much pain
    Takes a while
    To regain
    What is lost inside
    And I hope that in time
    You'll be out of my mind
    And I'll be over you

    But now I'm
    So confused
    My heart's bruised
    Was I ever loved by you?

    Out of reach
    So far
    I never had your heart
    Out of reach
    Couldn't see
    We were never
    Meant to be

    Out of reach
    So far
    You never gave your heart
    In my reach, I can see
    There's a life out there
    For me Writer/s: JONATHAN SHORTEN, LOUISA BOBB
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
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