The One That You Love

Album: The One That You Love (1981)
Charted: 1
  • Now the night has gone
    Now the night has gone away
    Doesn't seem that long
    We hardly had two words to say
    Hold me in your arms
    For just another day
    I promise this one will go slow
    Oh...
    We have the right you know
    We have the right you know

    Don't say the morning's come
    Don't say the morning's come so soon
    Must we end this way
    When so much here is hard to lose
    Love is everywhere
    I know it is
    Such moments as this
    Are too few
    Oh...
    It's all up to you
    It's all up to you

    [Chorus:]
    Here I am
    The one that you love
    Askin' for another day
    Understand the one that you love
    Loves you in so many ways

    Tell me we can stay
    Tell me we can stay oh please
    They are the words to say
    The only words I can believe
    Hold me in your arms
    For just another day
    I promise this one will go slow
    Oh...
    We have the right you know
    We have the right you know

    [Chorus:]

    The night has gone
    A part of yesterday
    I don't know what to say
    I don't know what to say

    [Chorus:] Writer/s: GRAHAM RUSSELL
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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