"Here She Comes Again" as written by Martin Steven Briley, Michael Bolton, Jack Martin Blades and Robert Sidney Jr. Halligan....
Here she comes again now
Walking all alone
A lazy cafe off of sunset
Where she makes her home
Now my trouble's getting close to her
Ain't no good hanging on the line
And what it always comes down to
Is I can never get around to

Tell her she's breaking this heart of mine
Here she comes again
I'd give her my love till the end of time
Here she comes again
Tell her she's breaking this heart of mine
She's breaking this heart of mine
I give her my love till the end of time
If she were mine
Here she comes again

I don't understand it
I'm so confused
I call her like I planned it
But my lips won't move
If she knew what I was feeling
If she were here in my arms tonight
I'm such a fool to be lonely
And I could change if I could only

Tell her she's breaking this heart of mine
(Here she comes again)
I'd give her my love till the end of time
(Here she comes again)
Tell her she's breaking this heart of mine
She's breaking this heart of mine
I'd give her my love till the end of time

I'm on fire
Walking high wire
Here she comes, here she comes again
Oh no

I'm such a fool to be lonely
And I could change if I could only
Tell her she's breaking this heart of mine
(Here she comes again)
I'd give her my love till the end of time
(Here she comes again)
Tell her she's breaking this heart of mine
She's breaking this heart of mine
I'd give her my love till the end of time

Here she comes again
Tell her she's breaking this heart of mine
She's breaking this heart of mine
I'd give her my love till the end of time
Here she comes again


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"Here She Comes Again" as written by Michael Bolton Martin Steven Briley

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, BARRY BERGMAN DBAWOOD MONKEY MUSIC

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