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Can't let go and it doesn't matter how I try I gave it all so easily to you my love To dreams that never will come true Am I strong enough to see it through Go crazy is what I will do. If I can't have you, I don't want nobody baby If I can't have you oh oh oh If I can't have you, I don't want nobody baby If I can't have you oh oh oh. More on Genius
I can't write one song that's not about you Can't drink without thinking about you Is it too late to tell you that Everything means nothing if I can't have you? I'm in Toronto and I got this view But I might as well be in a hotel room (Yeah) It doesn't matter 'cause I'm so consumed Spending all my nights reading texts from you. Oh, I'm good at keeping my distance I know, that you're the feeling I'm missing You know that I hate to admit it But everything means nothing if I can't have you. I can't write one song that's not ab. .
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I Cry When I Laugh is the debut studio album by English singer and songwriter Jess Glynne. It was released on 21 August 2015 in the United Kingdom and 11 September 2015 in the United States by Atlantic Records and Warner Music Group.
Does any singer have a better knack for an earworm than Jess Glynne? It’s taken just three years – and one album – for the 28-year-old to hit the number-one spot more times than any other female British solo artist, trumping even the mighty Adele. Her voice, at once smoky and powerful, first ripped through the pop landscape in 2014 on Clean Bandit’s Rather Be, and now.
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|1||If I Can't Have You (Radio Edit)
Written By – Robin Gibb, Barry Gibb & Maurice Gibb
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