On Hold

Album: I See You (2016)
Charted: 34
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  • I th
    I th

    I thought
    I th it could be love, could be love

    I thought
    I th
    I th
    I thought
    I th

    I thought that you, you'd come back to me
    I thought that you, you'd come back to me
    I thought that you, you'd come back to me
    It could be love
    It could be love (be love)
    It could be love (be love)
    It could be love

    I thought that you, you'd come back to me
    I thought that you, you'd come back to me

    It could be love
    It could be love (be love)
    It could be love (be love)
    It could be love (be love)
    It could be love (be love)
    It could be love (be love)
    It could be love (be love)
    It could be love Writer/s: DARYL HALL, JAMES THOMAS SMITH, JOHN OATES, OLIVER DAVID SIM, ROMY ANNA MADLEY CROFT, SARA ALLEN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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