Somebody Like You

Album: Lipstick On The Mirror (2007)
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  • Yesterday has taken my tomorrows
    My empty heart can't take no more
    It's hard to live with no-one to follow
    Where's the hope I once had before?

    I watch the seasons fade
    My face still out of place
    Each step I can't deny I'm in trouble, tell me

    How can I live without somebody like you?
    Somebody like you, please tell me
    How can I live without somebody like you
    Please tell me it's over, it's almost over

    So many things in this room remind me
    Of being here next to you
    These scars consume my mind and body
    Where's the hope that I once knew?

    I watch the season's fade
    My face still out of place
    Each step I can't deny I'm in trouble, tell me

    How can I live without somebody like you?
    Somebody like you, please tell me
    How can I live without somebody like you
    Please tell me it's over, it's almost over

    I'm sitting and listening, laughing and wondering
    I'm watching the stars go by
    Everything reminds me of you
    And I can't get you off my mind
    How can I live, how can I live
    How can I live without you in my life?

    How can I live without somebody like you?
    Somebody like you, please tell me
    How can I live without somebody like you
    Please tell me it's over, it's almost over

    How can I live without you? (How can I live?)
    I'm watching the stars go by
    How can I live without you? (How can I live?)
    When I can't get you off my mind Writer/s: DAVE GRACIA, DYLAN ALLISON, LEIGH KAKATY
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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