Half The Way

Album: Miss The Mississippi (1979)
Charted: 15
  • Half The Way
    Crystal Gayle
    (Bobby Wood & Ralph Murphy)

    Half of your love is just not what I'm after
    Part of your world is just not what I need
    Some of your time is like one glass of water
    Just leaves me thirsty for wine

    So fill me up to the top
    Wo don't you stop till I'm over-flowing
    Love is the seed and, babe, I need you
    To keep it growing
    Stronger every day; Oh, no
    Don't take me half the way
    Don't take me half the way.

    Never before have I settled for second
    All of my life I have hungered for more
    Now I can see where your sweet love can lead me
    This is what I've waited for

    Half of your love is just not what I'm after
    Part of your world is just not what I need
    Now I can see where your sweet love can lead me
    This is what I've waited forWriter/s: RALPH MURPHY, RALPH JAMES MURPHY, BOBBY WOOD
    Publisher: MUSIC SALES CORPORATION
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