The Love I Saw in You Was Just a Mirage-Smokey Robinson

The Love I Saw in You Was Just a Mirage-Smokey Robinson

There you were beautiful

The promise of love was written on your face

You led me on with untrue kisses

You held me captured in your false embrace


Quicker than I could bat an eye

Seems you were telling me goodbye

Just a minute ago your love was here

All of a sudden it seemed to disappear

Sweetness was only heartache’s camouflage

The love I saw in you was just a mirage


You promised that happiness we’ll ever share

But all I have are memories of love that was never there


We used to meet in romantic places

You gave the illusion that your love was real

Now all that’s left are lipstick traces

From the kisses you only pretended to feel


And now our meeting you avoid

And so my world you have destroyed

Just a minute ago your love was here

All of a sudden it seemed to disappear

The way you wrecked my life was like sabotage

The love I saw in you was just a mirage


You brought me up just to throw me down

you love me and my dreams shattered all on your ground


You only filled me with despair

By showing love that wasn’t there

Just like the desert shows a thirsty man

A green oasis where there’s only sand

You lured me into something I should have dodged

The love I saw in you was just a mirage


To you I gave true love from deep within

You made me hungry for your love

When it was not deeper than your skin


Just like the desert shows a thirsty man

A green oasis where there’s only sand

You lured me into, into something I should have dodged

The love I saw in you was just a mirage

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