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"I Started To Cry" lyrics by CHANTÉ MOORE
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"I Started To Cry"

I, I started to cry
I, I started to cry
I started crying, I started crying
I started crying, I started crying
I, I started to cry

Goodnight baby, I'd rather dream
Than see where we're going awake
(I'd rather be dreaming)
So I close my eyes and fantasize
About our love and the way it used to be
(candlelight, holdin hands, making a lifetime of plans)
We let our desires lead the way
(my house, your car, and then our child)
Oh, what a life. I woke up and started to cry


Tell me, tell me you've got news for me
Tell me that's not the way it has to be
That we can make love like we did before
And make war no more

(now you're kissin me) oh and I like that
(now you're tellin me) everything is gonna be alright
(how our love can be) it can be better than it was before
Tell me, tell me more, tell me more!

You look me in my eyes and tell me you've changed
And tell me I don't ever have to change my name
You smiled at me and then we started to fly
Oh what a life, I woke up and started to cry


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