The Way You Were

- Shayne Ward
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Lyric "The Way You Were"
I Feel Alone
Surrounded By Worn Out Faces
In Crowded Places
I’m On My Own
Just Trying To Get Back

And I Can’t Hide
The Guy That I Used To Be
When It Was You And Me
I’m Trying To Find
The Girl That I Knew

I Gained So Much, Losing Touch
In The Madness Of It All
I Was Caught, I Was Trapped
Gotta Take Me Back To

The Way You Were, The Way You Were
With Your Dreams And Our Simple Plans
The Way You Were, The Way You Were
Nobody Loved Me The Way You Can
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh
Take Me Back To The Way You Were
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh
Take Me Back To The Way You Were

Time To Move
I’m Clearing A Pathway Through
I Can Just See You
And I Won’t Be Long
Just Want You To Know
But I Can’t Break Through
There’s Too Many People Standing And
Being Demanding
Reach Out For Me
And Don’t You Let Go

Don’t Lose Your Way
I Hope And Pray
That I Reach You Once Again
Help Me Out
And Hold My Hand
Gotta Take Me Back To

The Way You Were, The Way You Were
With Your Dreams And Our Simple Plans
The Way You Were, The Way You Were
Nobody Loved Me The Way You Can
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh
Take Me Back To The Way You Were
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh
Take Me Back To The Way You Were

The Way You Were, The Way You Were
With Your Dreams And Our Simple Plans
The Way You Were, The Way You Were
Nobody Loved Me The Way You Can
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh
Take Me Back To The Way You Were
Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh
Take Me Back To The Way You Were
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Shayne Ward

Shayne Ward

Shayne Thomas Ward (born 16 October 1984) is an English singer and actor, who rose to fame as the winner of the second series of The X Factor. His debut single, "That's My Goal", was released in the United Kingdom on 21 December 2005 and became the last number one of 2005 on the UK Singles Chart and that year's Christmas number one.[2] It sold 313,000 copies on its first day of sales, making it the third fastest-selling single of all time in the UK, behind Elton John's "Candle in the Wind 1997" and Will Young's "Evergreen", which sold 685,000…