Anyone For You

Album: Gold Rush Kid (2022)
Charted: 12
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  • Tiger lily, moved to the city
    She just turned twenty-one
    And then I said, "here's my number, hit me up
    If you're needing anyone"
    And then I could be
    Anyone, anyone, anyone, anyone, anyone for you
    Anyone, anyone, anyone, anyone, anyone

    I can love you, I could be
    Anything you want of me
    And in the darkness of the night
    Baby, let me be your light
    I can love you, I could be
    Anything you want of me
    And in the darkness of the night
    Baby, let me be your light

    Be your light
    Be your light

    Well, I gave her love, but it wasn't enough
    So she called me up, just to call it off
    I can't afford to make that mistake this time
    And if you're flying over the Serengeti
    Tiger lily, don't forget me
    The way I am, not the way I was, mm

    When I could be
    Anyone, anyone, anyone, anyone, anyone for you
    Anyone, anyone, anyone, anyone, anyone

    I can love you, I could be
    Anything you want of me
    And in the darkness of the night
    Baby, let me be your light
    I can love you, I could be
    Anything you want of me
    And in the darkness of the night
    Baby, let me be your light
    Be your light
    Be your light (light, light, light)

    Anyone for you

    I can love you, I could be
    Anything you want of me
    And in the darkness of the night
    Baby, let me be your light
    I can love you, I could be
    Anything you want of me
    And in the darkness of the night
    Baby, let me be your light

    I can love you, I could be
    Anything you want of me
    And in the darkness of the night
    Baby, let me be your light
    I can love you, I could be
    Anything you want of me
    And in the darkness of the night
    Baby, let me be your light
    Be your light (woo)
    Be your light (woo)

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