"Return To Me" as written by Jeffrey Mark Blue, Kurtis John Henneberry and Michael Nadeau....
I know my voice is silence to your ears
I know I said some things you didn't deserve to hear
I miss you, God I miss you, why do I miss you?

I lie awake at night kicking at the sheets
No matter how much I try they never cover my feet
I need you, God I need you, why do I?

I finally gathered up the strength
To get through my days

You lift me up
(Just to let me down)
You lift me up
(Just to let me down)

You call me on the phone, try and see if I'm at home
You play with my emotions, give me some kind of hope
I miss you, God I miss you, why do I?

I finally gathered up the strength
To get through these lonely, lonely nights

You lift me up
(Just to let me down)
You lift me up
(Just to let me down)

You've got me desperate and confused
And my confidence is thrown
I'd rather be miserable with you
Than ever be alone, you're free of me

You lift me up
(Just to let me down)
You lift me

I will change the way I talk
I will change the way I feel
I will change the way I walk
Until nothing left is real

I will change the way I call your name
Change the way I eat
I will change the way I touch you
When you're lying there asleep

'Cause I miss you
God I miss you, I miss you
Return to me, return to me, return to me
I will change everything



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"Return to Me" as written by Kurtis John Henneberry Jeffrey Mark Blue

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    General CommentThis is one of the best songs on their album. This song is so nice and soothing, "perfect emotions" is what I call this song. Missing my gorgeous girlfriend right now. But not in this way. Nonetheless, this song makes me think of her. Actually this whole album makes me think of her. I love you. x
    boriswong01on July 07, 2008   Link

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