"Crime of the Century" as written by Rupert Antonio Clarke and Christopher Allman....
Guilty are the feelings that you and I share inside
Though we both love somebody else we cannot hide
This love this passion this pain and this pride

Unfaithful even though we know what we do is so wrong
This love we hide inside it is so strong
We keep on letting go and holding on

How long can we keep going without this love from showing?
And everybody knowing we've got so much to lose
But someday we must choose

It's not that we're unhappy, we love our lovers dearly
Could somebody please tell me?
If this love is so wrong why does it feel so strong?

Why is love the crime of the century?
So many of us here are guilty
Those without sin cast your stone on me
Why is love the crime of the century?

Happy in both of our relationships at home
I can tell when I creep and call you on the phone
And hear you softly speak and softly moan

Nonsense, you can't love two people at the same time
Are we the only ones guilty of this crime?
Look and you'll be surprised at what you find

Why is love the crime of the century?
So many of us here are guilty
Those without sin cast your stone on me
Why is love the crime of the century?

No matter how we try we can't let this thing go
So until they find out we'll keep it on the low

Why is love the crime of the century?
So many of us here are guilty
Those without sin cast your stone on me
Why is love the crime of the century?



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"Crime of the Century" as written by Rupert Clarke Christopher Allman

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