"I Miss You" as written by Sylvester Allen, Harold Ray I. Brown, Morris Dewayne Dickerson, Le Roy L. Jordan, Charles Miller, Lee Oskar, Howard E. Scott, Faith Renee Evans and Anthony S. Cruz....
I hear voices in the night
Whispers drowning out my dreams as they come floating by
You never trust a lonely heart
Opens its mouth and you can’t stop it once it starts

So I’ll try not to listen tonight every time I hear
I miss you
Try to think of nothing at all
Gonna get some sleep and dream of no one in particular
Not to listen tonight every time I hear
I miss you now
But I begin to believe somehow

I see angels in the streets
Kisses billow from the smoking grates on Gramercy
You build these walls around your heart
But they’re filled with holes that you don’t notice till it’s dark
Until they’re blowing you apart

So I’ll try not to listen tonight every time I hear
I miss you
Try to think of nothing at all
Gonna get some sleep and dream of no one in particular
Not to listen tonight every time I hear
I miss you now
But I begin to believe somehow

And I was doing alright out on my own
Now I’m checking my watch wondering if you’re home
And the friends that I had always seemed enough
Now I’m leaving places early just to call you up
And I will run
I will hide
But every time I close my eyes
There’s only one word kicking round my brain
It’s your name

So I’ll try not to listen tonight every time I hear
I miss you
Try to think of nothing at all
Gonna get some sleep and dream of no one in particular
Not to listen tonight every time I hear
I miss you now
But I begin to believe somehow


Lyrics submitted by RavenSan

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    General CommentThis song is amazing I think! Its about how part of him still misses being with someone but the other part of him wants nothing to do with her and he has to battle both parts of it every night he goes to sleep
    lineandsinker62on March 28, 2011   Link

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