All the time I spend constantly watching you
From the shadows of a darkened room
Are you mine does everyone belong to you
Cause this heart, this heart is beggin' for you
I just want, want for you to say
There could be, that there could be some way
And either you don't know or you just won't see it
I just want, I want you to know I'm the one, the one that loves you so
And in the end it's always me who's losing.

I've been beggin' far too long
You didn't notice, You didn't notice.
I've been beggin' far too long
Didn't take long for me to show it
It's taken time for you to know it.

Would you see me if I was standing right next to you? With this heart,
this heart betray me to you-
I'm just startin' to understand, where I fit in your plans
And since you don't see well its just forcing my hand
I just want, want for you to know
I'm the one, the one who's hurtin' so
So take a closer look at what you're doin'
I just want, I want for you to say
There could be, there could be some way
And in the end it's always me who's losin'

All my life I've been looking for someone like you
All the time, how much beggin' do I have to do?

I've been beggin' far too long
You didn't notice, You didn't notice
. I've been beggin' far too long
Didn't take long for me to show it
It's taken time for you to know it.

Why won't you notice lady?, why won't you notice lady. This is all for you

It's a matter of time, 'til I make you mine.
You've got me beggin' for you
Just a question of when, still time and again
You've got me beggin' for you
There's gotta be someday and still every day
You got me beggin' for you
Gotta give it time gonna make you mine
You've got me beggin' for you.


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