When I'm Alone

Album: Catching A Tiger (2010)
Charted: 55
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  • I turned my back
    You were gone in a flash
    Like you always do
    You've always gone off somewhere else

    And when the phone rang
    And I thought it was you
    And I sprung like a kid who just got out of school
    But it's almost always never you, never you

    I screamed like a child
    My insides went wild

    When I'm alone with you
    You make me feel, you make me feel
    When I'm alone with you
    You are the one, you are the one

    And when I reach out and I only grab air
    And it kills me to think that you never did care
    And it's hopeless
    You've always run off somewhere else

    I'm throwing a tantrum
    Why are you such a phantom?

    When I'm alone with you
    You make me feel, you make me feel
    When I'm alone with you
    You are the one, you are the one

    When I'm alone with you
    You make me feel, you make me feel
    When I'm alone with you
    You are the one, you are the one

    Remind me of home
    When you're around me
    Next time you leave
    Don't go without me
    No, don't go
    No, no
    Yeah, yeah

    (When I'm alone with you)
    You make me feel, you make me feel
    (When I'm alone with you)
    You are the one, you are the one

    (When I'm alone with you)
    You make me feel, you make me feel
    (When I'm alone with you)
    You are the one, you are the one Writer/s: ELISABETH MAURUS, JAMES IRVIN, JULIAN EMERY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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