The Devil Is a Lonely Night

  • Found your picture and I remembered all the lovely things we used to do
    I could never get enough
    I could never get enough
    Darkness falls and my heart calls
    It's crying out for you, I wonder
    Do I ever cross your mind
    Could I get you on the line
    Baby I know you say that the devil is a lonely night
    I can't help myself, I feel the pull and I deal number
    Two thousand heart are breaking, breaking
    But you can always take me to the light
    I miss you like crazy
    Do you miss me?
    Sounds so sweet when you talk to me
    You say you wanna be my boyfriend
    We'll sleep on into light
    We'll sleep on into light
    Feels so nice that I think twice before I let you go again
    I'm coming back around
    I'm coming back around
    Baby I know you say that the devil is a lonely night
    I can't help myself, I feel the pull and I deal number
    Two thousand hearts are breaking, breaking
    But you can always take me to the light
    I miss you like crazy
    Do you miss me
    Do oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    I think you do oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    Baby I know you say that the devil is a lonely night
    I can't help myself, I feel the pull and I am numb but
    Two thousand hearts are breaking, breaking
    But you can always take me to the light
    I miss you like crazy
    Do you miss me
    Do oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    I think you do oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    I think you do oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh
    I think you do oh oh
    Oh oh oh oh oh Writer/s: ALLISON MARGARET PIERCE, CATHERINE ELEANOR PIERCE
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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