Falling In Love

Album: Radio:Active (2008)
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  • Everyday feels like a Monday
    There is no escaping from the heartache
    Now I wanna put it back together
    'Cause it's always better late then never

    Wishin' I could be in California
    I wanna tell you when I call you
    I could've fallen in love
    I wish I'd fallen in love

    Out of our minds and out of time
    Wishin' I could be with you
    And to share the view
    We could've fallen in love

    Waking up to people talking
    And it's getting later every morning
    That I realize it's nearly midday
    And I've wasted half my life
    To throw it away saying

    Everyday should be a new day
    To make you smile and find a new way
    Of falling in love
    I could have fallen in love

    Out of our minds, out of time
    Wishin' I could be with you to share the view
    Oh, we could've fallen in love
    Oh, we could've fallen in love

    I'm sick of waiting
    I can't take it, gotta tell ya
    I'm sick of waiting
    I can't take it, gotta tell ya

    I can't take another night on my own
    So I take a breath and then I pick up the phone
    She said, she said, she said

    We could have fallen in love
    Oh, we could've fallen in love
    Oh, we could've fallen in love
    Yeah, we could've fallen in love

    Oh, we could've fallen in love
    I wish I'd fallen in love Writer/s: OH JIN HWAN, PERRY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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