"Leaving Me Now" as written by Mark King, Philip Gould and Waliou Badarou....
It seems true love is so rare
Seems all I've known is deceit
Your laughter fills the air
Once more I'm sensing defeat

And I suppose you're leaving me now
I was so sure now I'm so full of doubt
And I suppose you'll be leaving this place
Just like the smile you wiped from my face, this time

I always gave my best
Your memory serves you so badly
Some people kill for less
Yet I'd still die for you gladly

But I suppose it's my turn now
To play a scene that's familiar somehow
I turn the page and you walk away
Not even love could bring you to stay, this time
Walk away so easy

Once more I'm learning
In the depths of my despair
Your lies confirming true love is so rare

And I suppose it's my turn now
There's no more love, only feelings of doubt
Gone with the hope your words have erased
Gone with the smile you wiped from my face

Love is a ship we all hope to steer
Through troubled times, cross an ocean of tears
A midnight sea that swells in your eyes
Takes just one look to know I'm still mesmerized

But I suppose you're leaving me now
I was so sure now I'm so full of doubt
I turn the page and you walk away
Not even love could bring you to stay, this time

Leaving me now
Leaving this place


Lyrics submitted by new_west

"Leaving Me Now" as written by Philip Gabriel Gould Waliou Jacques Badarou

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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