And here I go again, through the back streets of my mind,
It seems my life was standing still,
Who's sorry now (sorry now)
It's funny how I didn't notice

Here we go again, fighting things we never win,
It seems our love was standing still
Oh I'm sorry now (sorry now)
It's funny how (funny how)
I don't feel the love,
I just hear the words,

Julia says
She doesn't know what it's all about
She doesn't seem to care at all,
Open your eyes and see
Love hurts

I won't be fooled again,
Looking for the dream I couldn't find
The dream for me was left behind
Woh I'm sorry now (sorry now)
It's funny how (funny how)
I don't feel the love
I just hear the words

Julia says
She doesn't know what it's all about,
She doesn't seem to care at all,
Open your eyes and see, love hurts,
Julia please, open your eyes and see

Julia wants to be on her own,
Sharing her thoughts, she is all alone,
Dreaming of the things she wants to be,
Where Julia don't belong

Julia says
She doesn't know, what it's all about
She doesn't know,
Julia please open your eyes see
C'mon Julie open your eyes and see
She don't know what it's all about
Julia please, Julia please
Julia, you don't care at all
Cause I want you
C'mon, c'mon, c'mon, c'mon
Julie, Julie, Julie

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Julia Says Lyrics as written by Graeme Clark Duffin Graeme Ian

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