Album: Creatures Of Influence (1984)
  • Hot steamy night alone
    I wait for you
    Cold brittle morning alone
    And I cry for you
    And when you finally call
    You cloak your moves in the shadows

    Those days and nights I was good to you
    They must not have meant very much to you
    The night I needed you the most
    My cries fell on deaf ears

    And I'm running so hard to find it
    And I'm running so fast
    And I'm telling you know to leave me
    Our romance cannot last
    And if someday I need to see you
    I'll come back from the past
    I'll come back and find you
    I'll never leave you now

    Those days and nights I was good to you
    They must not have meant very much to you
    The night I needed you the most
    My cries fell on deaf ears

    Now I don't want to play games with you
    But I don't know what to say to you
    The digits change so slowly now
    I'm going it alone

    And I'm running so hard to find it
    And I'm running so fast
    And I'm telling you now to leave me
    Our romance cannot last
    And if someday I need to see you
    I'll come back from the past
    I'll come back and find you
    I'll never leave you now Writer/s: MURAT KONAR
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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