"Address Book" as written by Francis Dominic Nicholas Rossi and Bernard John Frost....
Throw away your old address book
Of the guys you used to know
Get all dressed up in your best look
I'll take you to the movie show

You look lovely when you're angry
But I love the way you smile
We could while away the hours
Or we could walk another mile

My darling, don't you ever change
I don't think I'd be quite the same
I thought I was in control
I thought I was in control

If I knew then what I know now
Of the chances at the time
Didn't know that I'd be missing
A chance to lay it on the line

I could have asked you if you needed
Or maybe wanted to get out
But it didn't really matter
We got together anyhow

My darling, don't you ever change
I don't think I'd be quite the same
I thought I was in control
I thought I was in control

Threw away your old address book
Took a while to realize
You'd be better off with someone
What I mean is me and mine

So what ya doing at the weekend?
Shall we make it Friday night?
Anywhere you fancy going
And anyway with me's alright

My darling, don't you ever change
I don't think I'd be quite the same
I thought I was in control
I thought I was in control

My darling, don't you ever change
I don't think I'd be quite the same
I thought I was in control
I thought I was in control



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"Address Book" as written by Francis Dominic Nicholas Rossi Bernard John Frost

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