Always And Forever

Album: Too Hot to Handle (1977)
Charted: 9 18
  • Always and forever
    Each moment with you is just like a dream to me
    That somehow came true
    And I know tomorrow will still be the same
    'Cause' we've got a life of love that won't ever change

    And every day love me your own special way
    Melt all my heart away with a smile
    Take time to tell me you really care
    And we'll share tomorrow together
    I'll always love you, forever, forever

    There'll always be sunshine when I look at you
    Something I can't explain, just the things that you do
    And if you get lonely, phone me
    And take a second to give to me the magic you make

    And every day love me your own special way
    Melt all my heart away with a smile
    Take time to tell me you really care
    And we'll share tomorrow together
    I'll always love you, forever, foreverWriter/s: RODNEY LYNN TEMPERTON
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Camille from Toronto, OhSuch a beautiful, beautiful song, with, as gary from the UK says, heartfelt lyrics. Perfection. Oh, and wow, what a songwriter, to pen this as well as Thriller and Rock With You.
  • Mike from Santa Barbara, CaThis song has been covered by several artists since, including Luther Vandross, Wyclef Jean, and Diana Ross.
  • Ken from Washington, DcA group did a cover of this song in the late to mid eighties with a female singing the lead, does anyone know who that group was?
  • Gary from Hull, United Kingdomone of the best melodies and heartfelt lyrics ever.
  • Martin from Pattaya, ThailandHeatwave were formed in Germany by Johnnie Wilder an American GI at the end of his overseas service. Keyboard player and songwriter Temperton is English. They started touring the UK Club circuit & European USAF bases in 76.
    This song reached No 9 on the UK charts as a double A Side with Mind Blowing Decisions in 1978.
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