"Should Be Missing You Now" as written by Ray Hedges, Martin Sean Brannigan, Keith Peter Thomas Francis Joh Duffy, Stephen Patrick David Gately, Michael Graham, Ronan Keating and Shane Eamon Mark Stephen Lynch....
Should be missing you

Sat on a chair
And I stared at the wall
Memories of you
I couldn't recall
They say that the first love
Is the one that you dream of
But everything comes to an end

I was blind for so long
Realised I was wrong
And now I can see

I should be missing you now
But my heart is in another place
I kept on fooling myself
And nobody else
I am feeling shame
It's just a game
(should be missing you)
It's just a game
(should be missing you)

You always said that
I knew right from wrong
And how my heart
Would beat so strong
And I'm feeling a yearning
But I guess I'm just learning
All the tricks of the trade

I was blind for so long
Realised I was wrong
And now I can see

I should be missing you now
But my heart is in another place
I kept on fooling my self
And nobody else
I am feeling shame
It's just a game
(should be missing you)
It's just a game
(should be missing you)

Be missing you now
But my heart is in another place
I kept on fooling myself
And nobody else
I am feeling shame

I should be missing you now
But my heart is in another place
I kept on fooling myself
And nobody else
I am feeling shame
It's just a game
(should be missing you)
It's just a game
(should be missing you)
It's just a game
It's just a game
(should be missing you)
It's just a game..(fade out)



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"Should Be Missing You Now" as written by Martin Sean Brannigan Keith Peter Thomas Francis Joh Duffy

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