How Do You Feel Now?

Album: Turn Of The Tide (1981)
  • How do you feel now
    We've got a reason to go on
    Newly born
    Seems like I've waited for a lifetime
    But honey I believed in you

    When I saw her face I had to cry
    I don't know why
    Is she real?
    Seems like I've waited for a lifetime
    But honey I believed in you
    To make my dreams all come true
    We've got a child

    I tried and tried to talk it over
    Seemed like we'd waited a million years
    Then you conceived our child was born
    And we were one
    Picked her up put her by your side
    Saw the smile that you couldn't hide

    I tried and tried to talk it over
    Seemed like we'd waited a million years
    Then you conceived our child was born
    And we were one
    Picked her up put her by your side
    Saw the smile that you couldn't hide

    How do you feel now
    We've got a reason to go on
    Newly born
    Seems like I've waited for a lifetime
    But honey I believed in you
    To make my dreams all come true
    We've got a child Writer/s: JOHN LEES
    Publisher: MUSIC & MEDIA INT'L, INC.
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