Alright

Album: Rhythm Nation 1814 (1990)
Charted: 20 4
  • Baby, baby
    Alright, baby
    Seeing that your love's true
    Never I'll doubt you
    My heart belongs to you
    That's alright with me
    Worlds could end around me
    So in love that I can't see
    You and me were meant to be
    That's alright with me

    Friends come and friends may go
    My friends you're real I know
    True self you have shown
    You're alright with me
    Through thick and thick to thin
    I'll love you 'til the end

    You know it's true my friend
    You're alright with me
    Alright with me (alright with me)
    Alright with me
    Alright with me
    Alright with me

    Catch a fallin' star that shines
    Make a wish clap three times
    Dreams come true it's in the mind
    That's alright with me

    Your wish is my command
    Never thought I'd fall in love again
    Again with my best friend
    That's alright with me

    Friends come and friends may go
    My friends you're real I know
    True self you have shown
    You're alright with me
    Through thick and thick to thin
    I'll love you 'til the end
    You know it's true my friend
    You're alright with me
    Always and everlasting
    This love is just not passing
    We're happy as can be
    Alright with me (alright with me)
    Alright with me (alright with me)
    Alright with me
    Alright with me
    It's alright, baby
    It's alright
    I tell you that it's alright with me

    Worlds could end around me
    So in love that I can't see
    You and me were meant to be
    That's alright with me
    Alright with me
    It's alright, yeah alright
    Baby baby, baby babe
    Baby baby, baby babe Writer/s: JASON KAY, DERRICK MCKENZIE, SIMON KATZ, TOBY SMITH, STUART ZENDER, WALLIS BUCHANAN, EDDIE HARRIS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing, Songtrust Ave, BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., SEVENTH HOUSE LTD.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Brett Jones from Columbus Janet has been a blessing and a curse throughout her career. It makes no difference if you’re black or white. I remember Michael stated that in one of his songs.
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