Don't Look Any Further

Album: Don't Look Any Further (1984)
Charted: 45 72
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  • Whoa, oh, well, well, well
    Well, well, oh, hmm

    Someone to count on in a world of change
    Here I am, stop where you're standin'
    What you need is a lover, a man to take over
    Oh girl, don't look any further

    Strange, when you think of the chances
    That we'd both be in a state of mind
    Too cool to be careless, lookin' for the right thing
    Oh baby, don't look any further

    Tonight, tonight, we're gonna taste a little, paradise
    Rock it all night long, baby all night long
    Daylight, daylight
    I'll still be lookin' in your ebony eyes
    And we'll go on and on, and on

    Day-o day-o, mombajee ai-o, well
    Don't look any further
    Don't you look no further
    Day-o day-o, mombajee ai-o, well
    Don't look any further

    Someone to count on in a world of changin'
    Here I am, stop where you're standin'
    What you need is a lover, you need a lover
    To love you all over, love me all over

    Oh baby, don't you look any further, further
    Don't look any further
    Don't look any further

    Tonight, tonight, we're gonna taste a little, paradise
    Rock you all night long, rock you all night long
    Daylight, daylight
    I'll still be lookin' in your ebony eyes
    And we'll go on and on, and on

    Day-o day-o, mombajee ai-o, say it
    Don't look any further
    Don't you look no further
    Day-o day-o, mombajee ai-o, well
    Don't look any further, don't you ever look

    Day-o day-o, mombajee ai-o
    Don't look any further, further
    Day-o day-o, mombajee ai-o
    Don't look any further, further

    Day-o day-o, mombajee ai-o
    Don't look any further Writer/s: Dennis Lambert, Duane S. Hitchings, Francine Vicki Golde
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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