Do I Have To Say The Words?

Album: Waking Up The Neighbors (1991)
Charted: 30 11
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  • Rescue me from the mire
    Whisper words of desire
    Rescue me darling rescue me
    With your arms open wide
    Want you here by my side
    Come to me darling rescue me
    When this world's closing in
    There's no need to pretend
    Set me free darling rescue me

    I don't wanna let you go
    So I'm standing in your way
    I never needed anyone like I'm needin' you today

    Do I have to say the words?
    Do I have to tell the truth?
    Do I have to shout it out?
    Do I have to say a prayer?
    Must I prove to you how good we are together?
    Do I have to say the words

    Rescue me from despair
    Tell me you will be there
    Rescue me darlin' rescue me

    Every dream that we share
    Every cross that we bear
    Come to me darlin' rescue me Writer/s: Bryan Adams
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Eliseu Carvalho from Canoas, Rs, BrazilI wonder who's the girl on the video.
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