Ohh no, have you ever felt lonely why why why y.

I Found out that you're in town, but you never came to see me anyway?
Do I lie, when I say I it's alright. It's OK I miss you anyway?
But boys do cry, yes I've seen your eyes, take your foolish pride down to town.
But do it right, and live your life like your time is now, but don't you look down.

Oh no, have you ever felt lonely?
Oh, they will never find out about us.
It's alright, you'll be just fine now, here by my side. Ooooo.

If I knew then, what I know know I would never let him out of sight.
Just hold me tight, it's friday night I would love to be your lucky love tonight.

Oh no, have you ever felt lonely?
But, they will never find out about us.
Alright, you'll be just fine now, here by my side. Ooooo, ooooo.

Oooooohh.

Oh no, have you ever felt lonely?
Oh, they will never find out about us.
It's alright, you'll be just fine now, here by my side. Ooooo.ooooo.
It's alright, it's alright, hey hey, it's alright, it's alright.
Ohhhh.


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Reggie Lyrics as written by Fredrix Nilsson Felix Rodriguez

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    Woo first comment!

    I really like this song. I have an idea of what it means? Maybe it's about a past love "I Found out that you're in town, but you never came to see me anyway? " and something bad happened in their relationship so she does something 'bad' later "Oh, they will never find out about us. It's alright, you'll be just fine now, here by my side."

    I'm not sure at all. But it's a really pretty song!

    champagne_boxon August 12, 2005   Link
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    AWESOME song.. I think that there are two people she is referring to in the song, one being the cheating/whatever boyfriend and the other being the guy/girl she goes to for comfort (hence the chorus - it's kind of like this person's reply to her going to them "you'll be just fine now, here by my side"). I think I remember reading that the lead singer is bisexual, so perhaps in the chorus she is referring to a woman ("they will never find out about us")...

    I'll admit my theory's a little far-fetched, but I had fun coming up with it anyhow. That boyfriend of hers must've really hurt her bad.

    higginston May 27, 2007   Link
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    so why is this song called reggie? is that whom is dedicated to?? her lover or something?

    DanI SantIon September 15, 2007   Link
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    The lyrics are a bit off, but doesn't change the meaning. This song rules, period.(: And I agree with higginst

    uh0hmandyon May 18, 2009   Link

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