When I first saw her, I knew that I loved her
When I said goodbye, I knew that I lost her
Now that I miss her, I wish I could kiss her
And tell her c'mon girl, you know that I need you

And without her, it all feels the same
And without her, you got no one else to blame

I went to the movies and stared at the big screen
I thought that I saw her looking right at me

And without her, it all feels the same
And without her, you got no one else to blame
But yourself, but yourself

And all I can do is just write a song about her
And hope that one day, hope that one day
She turns around, she turns around

I hear the phone ringing
I know that she's calling
I hear her voice singing
And this is her answer

Lyrics submitted by gilbag

Now That I Miss Her Lyrics as written by Diego Juan Garcia Diego Garcia

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    General Commentsome of the worst lyrics ever, with out the awesome beat this song would be dead. I listen to it for that very reason.
    Whispering_sorrowon October 05, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentUnfortunatly it never ends up like this...what a sad song. God, what a sad song. I feel like slitting my wrists...
    driftsighton July 01, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe bass sounds like the cure in this song, all theyre music is good but the lyrics are always just so gay.
    mcscumbagon January 11, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentlyrics ae great, beat even greater. and yes it is a sad song but that can happen to anyone don't you think??, unfortunately she never calls you back. and the lyrics aren't gay they're just from the gay-part we all have =D
    urulokion August 15, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOh the suspense! what is her answer?? Bet she didnt take him back. Not even if she heard this great song.
    corcho001on September 29, 2007   Link

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