Past Lives

Album: Warrior (2012)
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  • We were lovers in a past life
    I can see it in your green eyes
    Maybe you were one of my wives
    In a long lost tribe

    There's just somethin' about you I know
    Started centuries ago though
    You see your kiss is like a lost ghost
    Only I would know
    But I, I keep on falling for you
    Time after time
    Time after time
    I'll make you mine

    Time after
    Time after time
    See millenniums ago love

    We were nothing more than stardust
    Just the galaxy beneath us
    You found me
    Then we made it though the ice age
    But I lost you in the crusades
    I build the pyramids for you babe
    Just to see your face
    But I, I keep on falling for you

    Time after time
    Time after time
    I'll make you mine
    Time after
    Time after time

    Yeah
    (Time after time, time after time)
    (Time after time, time after time)
    (Time after time, time after time)
    (Time after time, time after time) Writer/s: Ben Folds, Benjamin Scott Folds, Kesha Sebert
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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