I Missed Again

Album: Face Value (1981)
Charted: 14 19
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  • So you finally came right out and said it girl
    What took you so long
    It was in your eyes, that look's been there for too long
    I'm waiting in line
    Would you say if I was wasting my time

    Did I miss again
    I think I missed again, oh

    I think about it from time to time
    When I'm lonely and on my own

    I try to forget and yet, still rush to the telephone
    I'm waiting in line
    Would you say if I was wasting my time

    Or did I miss again
    I think I missed again, oh
    Oh, I missed again, oh
    I think I missed again, oh

    Well it feels like something you want so bad
    Then you think you've got it, but it's something you already had
    And you can feel it all around you, but it's something you just can't touch
    Oh
    And I feel it coming at me
    Yes, I can feel it coming at me

    Oh, did I miss again
    I think I missed again, oh
    Oh, I missed again, oh
    I think I missed again, oh

    Seems I'm waiting in line, but would you say if I was wasting my time

    Did I miss again
    I think I missed again, oh
    Oh, I missed again, oh
    I think I missed again, oh

    Oh, did I miss again, oh
    I think I missed again, oh
    Oh, I missed again, oh
    I think I missed again, oh Writer/s: PHIL COLLINS
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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