"We've Got Tonight [Album Version]" as written by and William Rhinehart....
Four o'clock in the morning
My mind's filled with a thousand thoughts of you
And how you left without a warning
But looking back I'm sure you tried to talk it through

Now I see it clearly
We're together but living separate lives

So want to tell you I'm sorry
Baby I can't find the words
But if I could, then you know I would, yeah

No I won't let you go, know what we can be
I won't watch my life, crashing down on me
Guess I had it all, right there before my eyes
Girl, I'm sorry now, you were the last thing on my mind

You carried me like a river
How far we've come still surprises me

And now I look in the mirror
Staring back is the man
I used to be

With you
How I long for you

No I won't let you go, know what we can be
I won't watch my life, crashing down on me
Guess I had it all, right there before my eyes
Girl, I'm sorry now, you were the last thing on my mind

Girl I'm sorry I was wrong
Could have been there
Should have been so strong
So I'm sorry, wooh

No I won't let you go, know what we can be
I won't watch my life, crashing down on me
Guess I had it all, right there before my eyes
Girl, I'm sorry now, you were the last thing on my mind

No I won't let you go, know what we can be
I won't watch my life, crashing down on me
Guess I had it all, right there before my eyes
Girl, I'm sorry now, you were the last thing on my mind


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"We've Got Tonight" as written by Stephen Paul Robson Ronan Keating

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