You've Ruined Me

  • No one loves me better
    No one ever could
    I wish someone would have warned me
    That you would be so good

    Oh, you you you you've ruined me
    Oh, you you you you've ruined me
    Go on and take a bow
    I can't help loving how you've ruined me
    Yeah, you've ruined me

    Guess my hands are tied here
    How far do you want to take this
    If my mouth's done too much talking
    You should stop me with your kiss

    Oh, you you you you've ruined me
    Oh, you you you you've ruined me
    Go on and take a bow
    I can't help loving how you've ruined me
    Yeah, you've ruined me

    To me it's a revelation
    To you it's no surprise
    All the things that you do to me
    That make me come alive
    I could be the best thing
    That's ever happened to you
    Touch me, hold me, teach me, show me
    How to ruin you too

    Oh, you you you you've ruined me
    Oh, you you you you've ruined me
    Go on and take a bow
    I can't help loving how you've ruined me
    Yeah, you've ruined me Writer/s: JOHN SHANKS, DARRELL BROWN, LEANN RIMES
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management, MIKE CURB MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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