Carole Ann

Album: One Strange Night (1990)
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  • I want you just to know
    The way I feel for you
    To hold you when you need me
    When you're down I'll pull you through
    I'll warm you in the sunshine
    Give you shelter from the rain
    Show you all my tenderness
    And I'll ease you of your pain

    The time we spend together
    It goes so quickly by
    The way I feel about you
    Is enough to keep me high
    There's nothing I wouldn't do for you
    It's been proven in the past
    I've got a feeling this time round
    I ain't about to finish last

    You might think it's funny
    But I love you to the core
    Playing all your games with me
    Like a thousand times before
    I would play forever
    If the game was just for two
    Winner or a loser
    Yes I think I'd die for you

    And I know yes I know
    This is how it's meant to be
    Cos when everybody's dead and gone
    There'll still be you and me
    So in writing you this love song
    There's a message I can send
    Getting used to it's hard to bear
    But I'll get there in the end

    Oh Carole Ann
    Ooh woah-woah

    To have you in my arms girl
    Is a thing I can't describe
    The love for you flows out of me
    When I have you by my side

    The evenings they grow colder
    As I start to feel the blues
    Warming by the fireside
    Where I made sweet love to you

    And I know yes I know
    It'll turn out for the best
    But from now until forever
    I'll never rest
    I'm always going to love you
    It's pointless to pretend
    Getting used to it's hard to bear
    But I'll get there in the end
    I'll get there in the end Writer/s: David Sykes, Geoff Livermore, Paul McBride, Paul Solynskyj, Steven Blades
    Publisher: DistroKid
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