"Tangled Up in You" as written by John Peter Aston, Peter Risingham, James Stevenson and Christopher Hamilton Bell....
What in the world were you thinking of last summer
What was the price you paid in silver and gold
Well I might be wrong but I've got such a surprise for you
Am I wrong to tell you that I'm over you
What can I do to make my dreams all come true
What can I say to make the cruel world go away
Am I wrong to tell you that I'm over you
Am I wrong to tell you that I'm over you
You know I've been waiting a long time
You know I've been waiting a long time, tangled up in you
The truth is only one step behind

Tangled up in you
What was the word that he used to make you his own
What was the line that made you succumb to his will
Am I wrong to tell you that I'm over you
And I wrong to tell you that I'm over you
You know I've been waiting a long time - tangled up in you
You know I've been waiting a long time
The truth is only one step behind
Tangled up in you

Tangled up in you
Oh yeah, yeah, yeah
You know I've been waiting a long time, tangled up in you
You know I've been waiting a long time
The truth is only one step behind
Tangled up in you
I'm lost and I'm lonely and I want you to hold me, yeah yeah
The truth is only one step behind
Tangled up in you


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"Tangled Up In You" as written by James Stevenson Christopher Hamilton Bell

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