"I Wish It Was You" as written by Tom Shapiro and Steve Bogard....
A car goes by and I see your face
A strangers face in the window
And I wish it was you
I'm in a room
Its a crowded room
A friend walks up to say hello
And I wish it was you
Cause every memory that haunts my mind
Is just another reason why

(I wish it was you) a phone ring in the middle of the night
A doorbell in the broad daylight
A letter in the mail that I come home to
(I wish it was you) when I see two people on the street
Touchin' like they don't care who sees
Laughin' the way we used to do
I wish it was you

Ill meet someone who could be the one
But soemthin' always happens
Before the night is through
There's that certain look and that certain smile
There's that old familiar pattern
And I wish it was you
Tellin' me that you'll be back someday
And I don't have to feel this way

(I wish it was you) a phone ring in the middle of the night
A doorbell in the broad daylight
A letter in the mail that I come home to
(I wish it was you) when I see two people on the street
Touchin' like they don't care who sees
Laughin' the way we used to do
I wish it was me and I wish it was you

(I wish it was you) a phone ring in the middle of the night
A doorbell in the broad daylight
A letter in the mail that I come home to
(I wish it was you) when I see two people on the street
Laughin' like they don't care who sees
Touchin' the way we used to do
I wish it was me and I wish it was you


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"I Wish It Was You" as written by Tom Shapiro Steve Bogard

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