I'll Write A Song For You

Album: All 'N All (1977)
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  • I thirst but never quench
    I know the consequence, feeling as I do
    We're in a spinning top
    Where, tell me, will it stop
    And what am I to say
    Open our music book, that only few can look
    And I'll write a song for you

    Love is a symphony, hearts in one melody
    Cause I write a song for you
    Sounds never dissipate, they only recreate
    In another place
    There in your silent night
    Joy of a song's delight
    I write a song for you
    You write a song for me
    We write a song for love

    My magical mystique, finding it all complete
    In a lovely face, feeling we try to chase
    Memories that won't erase, stay forever new
    We have a magic box in which is never locked Writer/s: Albert P. McKay, Philip James Bailey, Steve Beckmeier
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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