One Last Time

  • Can I hold you one last time
    To fight the feeling that is growing in my mind
    I know I did us both all so wrong
    I know I'm not always all that strong

    A-B-C-D-E-F and g
    Oh that reminds me of when we were free
    Before life began to tear us apart
    Remember those classes when we thought we were so smart

    We were lovers in every way
    Left school together, went back to my place
    Now I can hardly remember her face
    Before I met her I was, sad

    And can I hold you one last time
    To fight this feeling that is growing in my mind Writer/s: LUKE PRITCHARD
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Bec from Thornton, United Kingdomthis song makes me feel sick :/ makes me want my ex boyfriend back, which i guess, isnt a good thing :(
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