"Jack Lemmon" as written by Ged Adamson, Sarah Cracknell, Lee Tynan Wilson-wolfe and Martin Kelly....
I'm here waiting
Anticipating
Life without you

Been up drinking
But I'm still thinking
About you
Yes it's true

Every day
In every way
What can a girl do
Without you

I keep falling in love
And you're breaking my heart
I know that it's wrong
But where do I start
It's the end of the day
I'm here alone
And you're so far away

Two years later
I still don't hate her
What can I do
About you (c'est tres beau une femme qui pleure)

You're what I want
You're what I need
Don't ever change
Honey please
You took me on
To get me up
And then forgot
It's just enough
I couldn't live
Without you there
It means a lot
This sweet affair
I'll make a wish
About you and me
We'll feel like this
For eternity

I keep falling in love
And you're breaking my heart
I know that it's wrong
But where do I start?
It's the end of the day
I'm here alone
And you're so far away


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"Jack Lemmon" as written by Lee Tynan Wilson-wolfe Ged Adamson

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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