One of These Days

Album: Right Place, Right Time (2012)
  • One of these days I'm gonna find someone to love
    One of these days I'll find you if I don't give up.

    Time is going by, I'm only getting older
    Middle of the night, it's only getting colder
    Are you cold out there too?

    My room is big enough for the both of us
    So won't you come around? Help me fill it up
    'Cause I'm sitting here in all this space
    Why don't you come and show your face?

    One of these days I'm gonna find someone to love (Ahhh)
    One of these days I'll find you if I don't give up (Ahhh)

    Time is going by, I'm only getting older
    Middle of the night, it's only getting colder
    Are you cold out there too?

    My room is big enough for the both of us
    So won't you come around? Help me fill it up
    Oh I'm sitting here in all this space
    Why don't you come and show your face?

    Ooooh! Oooh, yeah

    One of these days I'm gonna find someone to love
    One of these days I'll find you cause I won't give up Writer/s: JULIAN BUNETTA, ANDREW FRAMPTON, STEPHEN KIPNER, OLLY MURS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management, Downtown Music Publishing
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