The Loving Kind

Album: Out of Control (2008)
Charted: 10
  • Sometimes,
    I watch you when you're sleeping
    I wonder what you're feeling
    Both wide awake and dreaming
    Of yesterday, I want you
    To kiss away the tensions
    The issues never mentioned
    With all the best intentions
    But you turn away

    Oh baby if you find
    I'm not the loving kind
    I'll buy you flowers
    I'll pour you wine
    Do anything to change your mind
    I know you may be disinclined
    To find the love we've left behind
    So kiss me then make up your mind
    I'm not the loving kind

    I'd do anything
    Sing songs that lover's sing
    If I could change your mind
    Am I not the loving kind?

    I'd do anything
    Sing songs that lover's sing
    If I could change your mind
    Am I not the loving kind?

    Somewhere on a Monday morning
    In a rush hour of another day
    Standing on a crowded platform
    Carelessly we lost our way

    Sometimes
    I watch you when you're sleeping
    I wonder what you're feeling
    Both wide awake and dreaming
    Of yesterday

    Oh baby if you find
    I'm not the loving kind
    I'll buy you flowers
    I'll pour you wine
    Do anything to change your mind
    I know you may be disinclined
    To find the love we've left behind
    So kiss me then make up your mind
    I'm not the loving kind
    I'm not the loving kind
    I'm not the loving kind

    Oh baby if you find
    I'm not the loving kind
    I'll buy you flowers
    I'll pour you wine
    Do anything to change your mind
    I know you may be disinclined
    To find the love we've left behind
    So kiss me then make up your mind
    I'm not the loving kind
    I'm not the loving kind
    I'm not the loving kind Writer/s: NEIL TENNANT, CHRIS LOWE, TIM POWELL, MIRANDA COOPER, BRIAN HIGGINS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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