About If You Ever Want to Be in Love

"If You Ever Want To Be In Love" is a song by English singer-songwriter James Bay. It was released in the United Kingdom on 29 October 2015 through Republic Records as the fourth single from his debut studio album Chaos and the Calm (2015) after originally being included on Bay"s 2014 Let It Go EP. The single was certified silver in the United Kingdom in February 2017.




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Saw you today after so much timeFelt just like it used to beTalking for hours "bout a different lifeSurrounded us in memoriesWe were close never close enoughWhere are we now"Cause if it"s torn we can stitch it upDon"t rule it outOh no noI"ll come aroundIf you ever want to be in loveI"m not waiting, but I"m willing if you call me upIf you ever want to be in loveI"ll come aroundWanted to ask if we could have beenBut my tongue wouldn"t break the sealYou always had something effortlessAt school you were the biggest dealLittle quirks close and open upTime is slipping byI"m always thinking "bout the two of usReplay on my mindAlways playing on my mindI"ll come aroundIf you ever want to be in loveI"m not waiting, but I"m willing if you call me upIf you ever want to be in loveI"ll come aroundWe were, young we were side by sideDon"t know when we started losing touchIf you want we could walk aroundMaybe that would be enoughUsed to talk drinking to the nightI would wake up on the front room floorAll along you"d be in my bedMake me crazy make me want you moreI"ll come aroundIf you ever want to be in loveI"m not waiting, but I"m willing if you call me upI"ll come aroundIf you ever want to be in loveI"m not waiting, but I"m willing if you call me upIf you ever want to be in loveI"ll come around

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James Bay James Bay (French: Baie James, Cree: Wînipekw) is a large body of water on the southern end of Hudson Bay in Canada. Both bodies of water extend from the Arctic Ocean, of which James Bay is the southernmost part. It borders the provinces of Quebec and Ontario. Islands within the bay (the largest of which is Akimiski Island) are part of the Nunavut territory. Numerous waterways of the James Bay watershed have been modified with dams or diversion for several major hydroelectric projects. These waterways are also destinations for river-based recreation. Several communities are located near or alongside James Bay, including a number of Aboriginal Canadian communities, such as the Kashechewan First Nation and nine communities affiliated with the Cree of northern … more »


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