We Loved It

Album: Love in the Future (2013)
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  • Come sweetly
    Stop me through the shadow of an open door
    Breathe quietly now
    Take us through the helplessness of it all

    And I wonder as I watch you slip away somehow
    Wonder if the only thing that's left is now
    Wonder if I ever, will I ever love again
    Will I ever love again

    Oh, lie to me
    Lie to me, tell me I'm not wasting time
    Oh, convince me you miss me
    Your heart still beats as fast as mine
    Tell me lies

    We loved it
    Loved it even more than we know
    We lost it
    And I don't even know what to do
    Tell me what to do

    Cause I wonder why it had to slip away somehow
    I wonder if you ever wanna see me now
    I wonder if I'll ever be the same
    Will I ever love again
    Will I ever love again

    Oh, your eyes haunt me
    Taunt me, pierce straight through my heart again
    Will it ever end
    Cause I wonder as I watch you slip away somehow
    I wonder if you ever wanna see me now
    Wonder if I ever, will I ever love again
    Will I ever love again

    We loved it, we loved it
    We lost it, we lost it Writer/s: DAVE TOZER, JACQUES WEBSTER, JEFF BHASKER, JOHN LEGEND, KANYE WEST, SEAL SAMUEL
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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