"Everyday Crime" as written by Andrew John Connell, Corinne Drewery and Paul Redmond Gavin O'duffy....
Too bad it had to end this way
You could have told me yourself
Thought what we had meant more to you
Seems you're sharing it with somebody else

I can't find words to explain
I can't stop wanting you
Here comes that feeling again
Just can't stop needing you

It's an everyday crime (in the name of love)
It's an everyday crime (in the name of love)

Never stopping to ask
Never giving in to doubt
Forget the best, and throw away the rest
Who will you turn to when the love runs out?

I can't stand being alone
I can't stop wanting you
This weakness is proving so strong
Just can't stop needing you

It's an everyday crime (in the name of love)
It's an everyday crime (in the name of love)

Someday your time will come
When you've given up, not giving a damn
You'll understand
What's right from wrong
And your mis-spent chances will all be gone
In time you might just find that you've become
A victim of love

It's an everyday crime
It's an everyday crime
It's an everyday crime
It's an everyday crime
It's an everyday crime (in the name of love)
It's an everyday crime (in the name of love)
It's an everyday crime


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"Everyday Crime" as written by Corinne Drewery Andrew John Connell

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