You And I

Album: Radio Romance (1982)
Charted: 7
  • Just you and I
    Sharing our love together
    And I know in time
    We'll build the dreams we treasure
    And we'll be all right, just you and I

    Just you and I (just you and I)
    Sharing our love together
    And I know in time (and I know in time)
    We'll build the dreams we treasure
    We'll be all right
    Just you and I

    And I remember our first embrace
    That smile that was on your face
    The promises that we made
    And now, your love is my reward
    And I love you even more
    Than I ever did before

    Just you and I (just you and I)
    We can entrust each other
    With you in my life (with you in my life)
    They'll never be another
    We'll be all right
    Just you and I

    And I remember our first embrace
    That smile that was on your face
    The promises that we made, ooh
    And now, your love is my reward
    And I love you even more
    Than I ever did before

    We made it, you and IWriter/s: Frank J. Myers
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyTwo other completely different songs titled "You and I" made the Top 100; Rick James peaked at #13 in 1978 and Johnny Bristol reached #48 in 1974!!!
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