"Lovesick" as written by Edward David Huw Macfarlane, Edward John Frederick Gibson and Jack Barnaby Savidge....
Don't you know sometimes
These things they don't work out?
Best to walk away
Before your love runs out

Don't you feel sometimes
You don't know who you are
Giving all you got
But you all just [Incomprehensible]

I'm lovesick, I'm lovesick
I'm lovesick, I'm lovesick

Cold hearts
Hold the world in your hands
Got me feeling lovesick
In your arms, in your arms

Cold hearts
Hold the world in your hands
Got me feeling lovesick
In your arms, in your arms

Don't you feel sometimes
You might need this just too much
What everybody else
Thinks you're out of touch?

And don't you think it's about time
You turn the page and move on?
And learn to shake it up
Before your love runs out

I'm lovesick, I'm lovesick
I'm lovesick, I'm lovesick

Cold hearts
Hold the world in your hands
Got me feeling lovesick
In your arms, in your arms

Cold hearts
Hold the world in your hands
Got me feeling lovesick
In your arms, in your arms

Lovesick, lovesick

Cold hearts
Hold the world in your hands
Got me feeling lovesick
In your arms, in your arms

Cold hearts
Hold the world in your hands
Got me feeling lovesick
In your arms, in your arms

Lovesick




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"Lovesick" as written by Edward John Frederick Gibson Edward David Huw Macfarlane

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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