Album: Hack (1990)
Charted: 28
  • Imagine if I said I sometimes need you
    I need you to this day.
    Imagine if I said I sometimes hear you call my name.
    Imagine if I said I still could love you.
    Imagine what you'd say.
    Imagine if I said I sometimes still can see your face.

    Think about all the things we shared.
    Think about all the times we cared.
    When all of your hopes have come and gone,
    Think about me and I'll be there.

    There's something in the air that feels like winter
    The kind we used to know.
    Yesterday can seem like such a long, long time ago.
    Who could ever count the miles between us?
    But now I know it's true.
    Imagine if I said that all my dreams were dreams of you.

    Think about all the things we shared.
    Think about all the times we cared.
    When all of your dreams have come and gone,
    Think about me and I'll be there.
    Think about images we've drawn.
    Think about all those empty songs.
    Whenever you're sure that I won't dare,
    Think about me and I'll be gone.

    It took me a long, long time to learn
    That love is a thing you have to earn
    I finally realized it's true
    I just can't make it without you

    Think about all the things we shared
    Think about all the times we cared
    When all of your dreams have come and gone
    Think about me and I'll be there
    Think about images we've drawn
    Think about all those empty songs
    Whenver you're sure that I won't dare
    Think about me and I'll be gone
    Writer/s: TERRY REILLY, NEIL PAYNE, PAUL SMITH, TONY MCGOVERN
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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