I,
I am
So unsure
Every minute that waits
Every second I'm away
From you

And love
Is a way that
Has no rules
Know that I'm loving you
Even if it's
A fool that waits in vain
Waits in vain

Yesterday it hit me
That we were slipping away
Say you if youi can it's okay
Just like you said way then

Sometime I fall
And I feel like
I don't know the way

Say if you can it's okay
Just like you said then
Just like you said

Now
Now my days become long
Okay
I know I'll never feel the same again

So please
Don't let
My lows bring you down
Always know that
I need you
Yes I do
Yes I do oh

Yesterday it hit me
I felt we were slipping away
Say if you can
It's okay
Just like you said way there

Sometime I fall
and I, I feel like
I don't know the way

Won't you say if you can
It's okay
Just like you said then
Just like you said oh

Oh
My my my my my again


Yesterday it hit me
I felt you were slipping
Away
Say if if you can it's okay
Just like you said way then

Sometime I fall and I feel
I don't know the way

Won't you say if you can
it's okay

Just like you said then
Just like you said oh

Just like you said then
Just like you said oh

Just like you said way back then

Just like you said


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Just Like You Said Lyrics as written by Henry Olusegun Adeola Samuel Christopher A. Bruce

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Reservoir Media Management, Inc.

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    This song is amazing.

    phoenix6475on January 31, 2007   Link
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    this is the best seal song ever written

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