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Lost What You Had
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Lola Thomas

    Year Written »
1992

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Well the word was out about some new face in town
I heard it didn't take you long to take her on down
Stealing what you want with both hands
Breaking those hearts of gold into sand

Chorus:
Well ah the pain from desire
Burned your hands playing with fire
You can't go back 'cause it's all gone bad
You got what you wanted baby but you lost what you had

You covered me in kisses, then left me in lies
Fooled me with tears that fell from empty eyes
Afraid friends would say you're losing your touch
Afraid of ever needing anybody too much

Chorus:
Well ah the pain from desire
Burned your hands playing with fire
You can't go back 'cause it's all gone bad
You got what you wanted baby but you lost what you had

Bridge:
Love can be such a dangerous game
Ah the foolish things that lovers do
So now you wake up in your empty rooms
Crying baby, baby, what am I to do

Well that was then and this is now
And words can't change what's happened anyhow
The truth's come home with amazing grace
All the pieces are now falling into place

Chorus (Repeat)

Bye bye baby, bye bye
Cry cry baby, cry cry

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Date Performance 1992-00-00
Running Time 3:31
Performers Dave/David Karl Plehn/Plenn (Charts), Dave/David Karl Plehn/Plenn (Guitars), Lola Thomas (Vocals), John McVie (Bass), John McVie (Background Vocals), Lee Spath (Drums), Jim(my) Pugh (Piano), Jim(my) Pugh (Hammond B3), Mick Taylor (Guitars), Wayne Jackson (Horns), Andrew Love (Horns), Brad Dutz (Percussion), Billy Burnette (Guitars), Billy Burnette (Background Vocals), George (M.) Hawkins(, Jr.) (Background Vocals)
Appears On
John McVie's Gotta Band With Lola Thomas (1992)
John McVie

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2008-01-10