GIRLS ALOUD | It's Magic

LYRICS:

Oooh, I tried to talk to you
Oooh, it's like I can't get through
Oooh, have you blown me away?
Oooh, that's how you're making me feel

Hugs and kisses, broken wishes
Heart in pieces, on the replay
Over and over again please help
Tell me which path I need to take

I know you're hiding inside
And you're back yes it is frustrating
But if you give me the time
I've got so much to share with you
I just can't get you out my mind

And now you've got me wondering
What the hell I'm supposed to do
Other side of my world and I know
That I'm in love with you
And if it's tugging inside
We both know I took you for a ride
And honey what have I done
Oh believe me, I have realized

With you, only you,
I know that I can be myself
Funny how I could find love with you
And nobody else

I could call you crying four in the morning
And you'll make it better
Even when I thought I couldn't pull through
Then we'd be trying together

Let your body receive what I can give
Remember when you were last week
It's happening
Let your body reveal that innocence
Let me set you free, it's magic
Let your body receive what I can give
Remember when you were last week
It's happening
Let your body reveal that innocence
Let me set you free, it's magic

You're in my thoughts all the time
And I can't seem to shift you from my mind
I know I made a mistake
I need some help with shifting this heartache

You're in my thoughts all the time

INFORMATION:

Available on:
x Girls Aloud - Chemistry (2005) CD

Credits:
Written by Girls Aloud and Xenomania.
Published by Xenomania/ Warner Chapell Music Ltd.
Produced by Brian Higgins and Xenomania.
Mixed by Tim Powell and Brian Higgins.
Keyboards and Programming: Tim Powell and Brian Higgins.
Programmed by Jon Shave.

REVIEWS:
x (...) perhaps the simplest and most heartfelt of Chemistry songs. It is also the cleverest, as it provides a potted history of '80s electropop, with its intro of snarling Leer/Rental Roland bassline minimalism, then gradually building up to Depeche Mode chordality, then gliding into the sublime slow cumulonimbi of the Pet Shop Boys (...) and finally settling in late '80s Balearic heaven. Marcello Carlin

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