When She Was Mine

Album: Chapman Square (2012)
Charted: 4
  • Everywhere I go
    Everything I do
    Reminds me of you
    Just a picture of the wall
    I'm surrounded by it all gotta walk before I fall

    Fall out, out on the street
    Street light, light over me so far from where I used to be
    Where she was mine

    Everything was easy everything was simple
    Never felt so good when she was mine
    I wanted to remember
    Never missed a second
    Never wish I could forget
    Forget when she was mine, mine, yeah
    When she was mine, mine, yeah

    What I miss the most
    Is talking up all night
    We laughed until we cried
    Now I'm breaking at the seams
    Dropping to my knees
    Nothing left of me

    Black stone turned into dust
    My heart wasn't enough
    So far from where I used to be
    When she was mine!

    Everything was easy everything was simple
    Never felt so good when she was mine
    I wanted to remember
    Never missed a second
    Never wish I could forget
    Forget when she was mine, mine, yeah
    When she was mine, mine, yeah

    I wonder if she's out there, I wonder where she goes, she goes
    I wonder what she's doing, will I ever know her, oh yeah

    Everything was easy everything was simple
    Never felt so good when she was mine
    I wanted to remember
    Never missed a second
    Never wish I could forget
    Forget when she was mine, mine, yeah
    When she was mine, mine, yeah

    Down to my knees, gotta see her, gotta see her
    Tried to forget but I need her, but I need her

    When she was mine Writer/s: ANDREW BROWN, KI FITZGERALD, MARK CARLOS BLACKWELL, PADDY DALTON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Global Talent Publishing, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Chantelle from Nottinghamshire, United KingdomThis song!!!! I'm addicted to it =)
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