(At Your Best) You Are Love

Album: Age Ain't Nothing but a Number (1994)
Charted: 27 6
  • Let me know, let me know
    Let me know, let me know
    Let me know

    When I feel what I feel
    Sometimes it's hard to tell you so
    You may not be in the mood to learn what you think you know

    There are times when I find
    You want to keep yourself from me
    When I don't have the strength; I'm just a mirror of what I see

    But at your best you are love
    You're a positive motivating force within my life
    Should you ever feel the need to wonder why
    Let me know, let me know

    When you feel what you feel
    Oh, how hard for me to understand
    So many things have taken place before this love affair began

    But when you feel, oh, like I feel
    Confusion can give way to doubt
    And there are times when I fall short of what I say
    what I say I'm all about, all about

    But at your best you are love
    You're a positive motivating force within my life
    Should you ever feel the need to wonder why
    Let me know, let me know

    Tell me what it is (Tell me what it is)
    Make believe, no need to make believe
    Look beyond your own (Look beyond your own)
    Try and find another place for me
    'Cause

    But at your best you are love
    You're a positive motivating force within my life
    Should you ever feel the need to wonder why
    Let me know, let me know

    See, at your best baby Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER JASPER, ERNIE ISLEY, MARVIN ISLEY, O'KELLY ISLEY, RONALD ISLEY, RUDOLPH ISLEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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