Caught With a Smile on My Face

Album: More Rain (2003)
  • Time cannot erase
    Your funny little ways
    And all the special joys that you gave me
    When I hear your voice
    Rise above the noise

    Of the busy streets of the city
    And I'm caught with a smile on my face
    Guess it's never too late

    Chasing after happy endings
    The years have been unkind
    I slowly lost my mind

    But there's one thing that keeps me back running
    Yeah I'm caught with a smile on my face
    Guess it's never too late
    Chasing after happy endings

    Tell me whatever happened
    To all the plans that we made
    I played around too often
    While you bravely carried on

    And I'm caught with a smile on my face
    Guess it's never too late
    Chasing after happy endings

    Yeah I'm caught with a smile on my face
    Guess it's never too late
    Chasing after happy endings Writer/s: GARY LOURIS, GARY MICHAEL LOURIS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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