I see it clear, my heart is here We got each other and let's take it from there And if I could I'd love you a forever end time
What we've been through, no one else knows 'Cause all that matters is how far this goes And it will go until it starts again
Me and you, I look like I might Nothing can stop love from love And our love You know I'm not asking for much Just a couple of forevers A couple of forevers I'm the only one, you're the only one Together 'til never I'm talking 'bout forever Just a couple of forevers I'm the only one, you're the only one Together 'til never
It can get hard, damn it gets rough It can get crazy, but not for us 'Cause we gotta struggle just to stay apart
And me and you are, built like armour Nothing can't stop love from love And our love And I'm not asking for much Just a couple of forevers A couple of forevers I'm the only one, you're the only one Together 'til never I'm talking about forever Just a couple of forevers I'm the only one, you're the only one Together 'til never Never, never
Can you see it, oh oh ooh oh Can you see the signs from above It's so blinding, there's no denying you and me
You and me are built like armor Nothing can stop love from loving on us And I'm not asking you for much A couple of forevers Ever, Ever I'm the only one, you the only one Together til never
Writer/s: CHRISETTE PAYNE
Publisher: EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
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