The first time I saw you Oh, you looked so fine And I had a feeling One day you'd be mine Honey you came along and captured my heart Now my love is somewhere lost in your kiss When I'm all alone it's you that I miss Girl a love like yours is hard to resist Oh, Oh, Ooh, Ooh, Oh
Penny lover, my love's on fire Penny lover, you're my one desire Tell me baby could this be true That I could need someone, like I need you
Nights warm and tender Lying next to you Girl I surrender Oh, what more can I do I've spent all of my life in search of your love Now there's one more thing I'd like to say Don't you ever take your sweet love away Girl I'll do anything, just please stay Oh, Oh
I don't understand it, Oh what's come over me But I'm not gonna worry, no not anymore 'Cause when a man's in love, he's only got one story That's why my love is somewhere lost in your kiss When I'm lost and alone it's you that I miss With a love like yours, it's hard to resist Ooh, Ooh, Oh
Penny lover, don't you walk on by (don't you walk on by) Penny lover, don't you make me cry (don't you make me cry baby) Penny lover, don't you walk on by (don't you walk on by) Penny lover, don't you make me cry (Oh penny baby) Penny lover, don't you walk on by (don't you walk on by) I remember the first time I saw you baby Penny lover, don't you make me cry You had the look in your eye, you had the look in your eye, Yeah, Yeah Oh Penny (Penny lover) Oh penny baby
Writer/s: BRENDA HARVEY-RICHIE, LIONEL RICHIE
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