"Losing You [Stereo]" as written by Keyshia M. Cole, Anthony Cornelius Hamilton, Jessy D. Dixon, Charles Henry Jr. Jackson and Marvin Jerome Yancy....
I used to think that you were heaven sent
'Cause you appeared to be the perfect gentleman
You would open doors and make those daily calls
Just to check and see if I needed anything at all
You used to be concerned
Then things changed suddenly
And when something went wrong
You were never there to see
When I would tell you that I need comforting
You would tell me you were kickin' it with Ray and them

Losing you had to be
The best thing that ever happened to me
Even though I cried a little and I tried a little
I learned what a good woman really needs
Losing you had to be
The best thing that ever happened to me
Now that I'm over the pain, I found love again
With a man that makes me so happy

You would get mad at me over stupid things
Now why would I be going through
The pockets of your jeans
I had suspicions and I felt
Something was goin' on
You blame me for cheatin'
But it was you doin' something wrong
They say that guilt will break ya down
And lately you've been calling
But it's too late now
And I just wanna thank you
For leaving when you did
'Cause I never would of fell in love with him


Thank you for the silly arguments
You made me realize
And the times you tried
To kill my self-confidence
Now I know the reason why
I appreciate you leaving me when you did
'Cause you made me understand
'Cause I never would of saw
The great man that I found in him


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"Losing You" as written by Ivan Barias Johnnie Smith

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