Rosemary Gallagher

Rosemary Gallagher

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Pop - Easy Listening | London, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,132   
Member Since: 2011
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Song Description

Its about a woman who still hasn't gotten over the man she loves even though she is trying to get on with her life. He is still there..always

Lyrics

THE ONE
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Written by Rosemary Gallagher
27 January 2011

I smile my smile, I laugh my laugh
I don't let anyone see my broken heart
My friends think I've got over you
And that I'm trying to find someone new
So I play the part
I meet new men
But keep them at arms length
Because

You're the one my heart cries out for
You're the one my eyes tear up for
You're the one my lips long to kiss
You're the one my soul does miss
You're the one, you're the one - I loooove

I don't play the part of a girl with a broken heart
I smile my smile - I laugh my laugh
On the outside I look as happy as can be
Nothin' is bothering me
But what no one sees is
This ache inside of me
Because

You're the one my heart cries out for
You're the one my eyes tear up for
You're the one my lips long to kiss
You're the one my soul does miss
You're the one, you're the one - I love

I've tried to let you go and move along
But it seems so wrong
Cause you're still living in my heart
You're still breathing in my soul

You're the one my heart cries out for
You're the one my eyes tear up for
You're the one my lips long to kiss
You're the one my soul does miss
You're the one, you're the one, I loooove

I smile my smile I laugh my laugh
I don't let anyone see my broken heart!





Song Length
3:12
Genre
Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Moving

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Unrequited Love

Similar Artists
Mariah Carey, Celine Dion
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Rosemary Gallagher