Too Good To Lose

  • Hey when you get tired
    When you’re waiting for a train
    When nothing’s exciting you
    I’m probably thinking about you then

    Every time you cross my mind
    You’re like a prayer, a precious sign, sign, sign, sign

    Hear my prayer now
    Just say the word and I could be there now
    Oh I say my prayer now
    Just give me time and I will be there now

    Oh, you’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose

    Hey I lost my phone
    It must have fallen out in the street
    Maybe you called and I didn’t pick up
    And if you wondered that’s all it means

    All I touch and all I see
    I give it up so freely

    Hear my prayer now
    Just say the word and I could be there now
    Oh I say my prayer now
    Just give me time and I will be there now

    Hear my prayer now
    Just say the word and I could be there now
    Oh I say my prayer now
    Just give me time and I will be there now

    Oh, you’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose

    Oh, you’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose

    I’ll be there when you get lost,
    When you need somebody,
    Keep your name on my heart, because
    Because

    Hear my prayer now
    Just give me time and I will be there now
    Oh I say my prayer now
    Just say the words and I will be there now

    Oh, you’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose

    Oh, you’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose
    You’re too good to lose Writer/s: FRANCIS EG WHITE, REBECCA FERGUSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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