Spring Affair

Album: Four Seasons Of Love (1976)
Charted: 58
  • Spring affair

    Ooh, something's coming over me
    Ooh, I think it's got a hold on me, it's got me, it's got me

    Ooh, just the man I hoped you'd be
    Ooh, just the man to set me free, you got me, you got me
    You got me, you got me

    Spring affair, spring affair, spring affair
    And I'm hung on you
    Spring affair, spring affair, spring affair
    And we've got something new, me and you, oh baby

    Ooh, guess I'm falling much too fast
    Ooh, I hope this love is gonna last, I've fallen

    Ooh, the feeling's getting really strong
    Ooh, gives me strength to carry on, I've fallen, I've fallen

    Spring affair, spring affair, spring affair
    And I'm hung up on you
    Spring affair, spring affair, spring affair
    And we've got something new

    It's a spring affair
    It's a spring affair

    Oh, ooh, ooh

    Spring affair, spring affair, spring affair
    And I'm hung up on you
    Spring affair, spring affair, spring affair
    And we've got something new

    Uh uh ah, oh yeah

    Ooh, you're the sunshine in my life
    Ooh, how you come on shining bright, you got me

    Ooh, feeling's gonna grow and grow
    Ooh, let your loving river flow, you got me, you got all of me

    Spring affair, spring affair, spring affair
    And I'm hung up on you
    Spring affair, spring affair, spring affair
    And we've got something new
    Spring affair, spring affair, spring affair
    And we've got something new

    It's a spring affair
    It's a spring affair

    Spring affair
    Give strength to carry on
    Spring affair Writer/s: DONNA SUMMER, DONNA A. SUMMER, GIORGIO MORODER, PETE BELLOTTE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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