"Working My Way Back to You" as written by and Denny/linzer Randell....

Working my way back to you, babe, with a burning love inside.
Yeah, I'm working my way back to you, babe, and the happiness that died.
I let it get away.
Been payin' ev'ry day.

When you were so in love with me, I played around like I was free.
Thought I could have my cake and eat it too, but how I cried over losin' you.
See me down and out, but I ain't about to go living my life without you.
For every day I made you cry, I'll pay.
And girl, till the day that I die, I'll keep

Working my way back to you, babe, with a burning love inside.
Yeah, I'm working my way back to you, babe, and the happiness that died.
I let it get away.
Been payin' ev'ry day.

I used to love to make you cry.
It made me feel like a man inside.
But if I'd been a man in reality, you'd still be here, babe, lovin' me.
Now the nights are long and lonely, and I ain't too strong, babe.
I just miss you so.
And you're too proud; you won't give in.
But when I think about all I could win, I keep

Working my way back to you, babe, with a burning love inside.
Yeah, I'm working my way back to you, babe, and the happiness that died.
I let it get away.
Been payin' ev'ry day.
















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"Working My Way Back to You" as written by Sandy Linzer Denny Randell

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