Ooh
Ooh

Ghost in the mirror
I knew your face once, but now it's unclear
And I can't feel my body now
I'm separate from here and now

Ooh
Ooh

A drug and a dream
We lost connection, oh, come back to me
So I can feel alive again
Soul and body try to mend

It's pulling me apart this time
Everything is never ending
Slipped into a peril that
I'll never understand
This feeling always gets away
Wishing I could hold on longer
It doesn't have to feel so strange
To be in love again, to be in love again, to be in love again

Ooh
Ooh

Ghost in the mirror
I knew your face once, but now it's unclear
And I can't feel my body now
I'm separate from here and now

Ooh
Ooh
Ooh
Ooh

It's pulling me apart this time
Everything is never ending
Slipped into a peril that
I'll never understand
This feeling always gets away
Wishing I could hold on longer
It doesn't have to feel so strange
To be in love again, to be in love again, to be in love again

Be in love again


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Never Ending Lyrics as written by Dido Armstrong Paul Herman

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