"Lost to Love" as written by Jonathan Kenneth Butler, Cairns 'lulu' Kennedy and Billy Lawrie....
I don't wanna waste your precious time
So if I keep talking, baby, you can know my mind
'Cause I got a heart disease that only you can cure
So cast you magic on the water, baby, and make this ocean pure

Ooh, when ever I sensed danger in the company of strangers
I have to find the courage enough to go
I gotta glue myself together, rise above the stormy weather
We defined this parting pleasure 'cause, baby, don't you know?

I've been lost in love
I've been lost in love
Oh yeah, lost in love
Baby, my, my baby, it's been much too long

Baby, I've been searching for a sympathetic soul
To fill my world with healing, yes, to make this good man whole
Once upon a time, long ago and far away, happiness wasn't mine
Though I prayed, it did not stay, did not stay

But still I won't surrender 'cause my heart still remembers
The memory so tender love would greet
So I ain't accepting never, 'cause if it takes forever
I'll put it back together and again my heart would sing

Lost in love
I've been lost in love, baby
Lost in love
My, my baby, it's been much too long, oh, yes

So I ain't accepting never 'cause if it takes forever
I'll put it back together and again my heart would sing

Lost in love
Lost in love
Lost in love
My, my baby, it's been much too long, oh yeah

Lost in love
Lost in love
Lost in love
My, my baby, it's been much too long

Lost in love
Lost in love
Lost in love
My, my baby, it's been much too long

Lost in love


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"Lost to Love" as written by Cairns 'lulu' Kennedy Jonathan Kenneth Butler

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