"You Could've Had Me" as written by Stephanie Kay Bentley and Eric Silver....
(Eric Silver/Stephanie Bentley)
(Track 6 - Time 3:45)

Saw you again last night at the Sunset Grill
But you didn't see me
You looked so happy with that friend you said was just a friend
Maybe you changed your mind
About all that space you needed desperately
Or maybe you lied and never meant it

One day you'll see
That you could've had me, could've had me yeah
You'll wake up all alone and be sorry

I'm spending lots of time reading
All those books that just sat on my shelf
Calling up friends who haven't heard from me in quite a while
I'm learning lots of things about life and love
And liking myself
Finally getting by without you

One day you'll see
That you could've had me, could've had me yeah
You'll wake up and notice something's missing
But I'll be free
And you could've had me, could've had me yeah
You could had me to yourself
All to yourself

What's done is done and life goes on
But it's such a shame that you couldn't see
It could've been you, it could've been you and me

One day you'll see
That you could've had me, could've had me baby
You'll wake up and notice something's missing
When you wake up I'll be free
And you could've had me, could've had me yeah
You could've had me to yourself

I saw you again last night at the Sunset Grill
But you didn't see me


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"You Could've Had Me" as written by Eric Silver Stephanie Kay Bentley

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