Oh you're a dream
Hide your head in the sand

You're far away, when I want you around
And you leave me lonely when I'm feeling down
Do you ever wonder or worry about me?
Did I ever love you? Did you ever love me?
Do you ever wonder or worry about me?
Did I ever love you? Did you ever love me?

Why is it baby, our love just won't grow?
You made me happy but time has gone by
Please leave me softly, I won't say goodbye
So all I wanted slips through my hands

You're far away, when I want you around
And you leave me lonely when I'm feeling down
Do you ever wonder or worry about me?
Did I ever love you? Did you ever love me?
Do you ever wonder or worry about me?
Did I ever love you? Did you ever love me?


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Did You Ever Love Me? Lyrics as written by Christine McVie, Robert Welch

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    Penguin is a short, but awesome album. I love the reggae feel of this song, obviously because of the steel drums.

    ckm4everon April 04, 2006   Link
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    My Interpretation

    It's a complete communication break down in a relationship, two people that seem to want to be together, but can't get on each other's wavelength, ultimately prompting them to wonder if it's a real feeling or just something they're trying to force.

    adaminoacids32on August 11, 2017   Link

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