Love Story (Vs Finally)

Album: Night Works (2003)
Charted: 8
  • Time on your own never ending
    Time keeps its own time
    Here we stand at the beginning
    When heroes are passing us by

    And I, I, I can't dream of a song
    I hope I'm in a better state
    When here and now crumbles and falls
    And you, you , you can make the worlds collide
    I knew you'd come knocking one day
    Unannounced like a thief in the night

    So tell me how do you do?
    Finally I need you
    You don't know what I been through
    Well do you wonder about me?
    I had dreams and premonitions 'bout you
    And now I'm no paradise

    Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow means nothing at all
    If you and I don't realize
    That today is the right time
    And morning, morning, morning will never be the same,
    If we make the same mistakes
    Time and time again
    Time and time again

    So tell me how do you do?
    Finally I need you
    You don't know what I been through
    Well do wonder about me?
    I had dreams and premonitions 'bout you
    And now I'm no paradise

    So tell me how do you do?
    Finally I need you
    You don't know what I been through
    Well do wonder about me?
    I had dreams and premonitions 'bout you
    And now I'm no paradise

    So tell me how do you do?
    Finally I need you
    You don't know what I been through
    Well do wonder about me?
    I had dreams and premonitions 'bout you
    And now I'm no paradise

    So tell me how do you do?
    Finally I need you
    You don't know what I been through
    Well do wonder about me?
    I had dreams and premonitions 'bout you
    And now I'm no paradise

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