You're Mine (Eternal)

Album: Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse (2014)
Charted: 88
  • Mine (Ma-ine)
    Mine
    Mine (You're ma-ine)
    Mine

    I can't seem to live without your love
    Suffocating here by myself dying for your touch
    Spring time eyes that get you every time
    And I just can't seem to give you up you're mine

    You make me feel
    Our love would never end
    How can I forget
    Baby we were the best
    Suffered dreams of you all through the night
    And baby I can't seem to give you up you're mine

    I can't seem to give you up you're mine (baby you're mine)
    I can't seem to give you up you're mine

    Summer days and summer nights
    When I felt you in my arms
    Didn't I want you badly
    Wanted to let you have me

    Autumn days and stormy nights
    When you crushed me with your charms
    Didn't I need you madly
    Now I'm lying here falling apart

    I can't seem to live without your love
    Suffocating here by myself dying for your touch
    Spring time eyes that get you every time
    And I just can't seem to give you up you're mine

    Boy you make me feel
    Our love would never end
    How can I forget
    Baby we were the best
    I suffer dreams of you all through the night
    And baby I can't seem to give you up you're mine

    I can't seem to give you up you're mine (baby you're mine)
    I can't seem to give you up you're mine

    Oh, you make me feel
    Like love would never end
    Tell me how can I forget that
    My baby we were the best
    I suffer in dreams of you all through the night
    And baby I can't seem to give you up you're mine

    I can't seem to give you up you're mine
    I can't seem to give you up you're mine Writer/s: MARIAH CAREY, RODNEY ROY JERKINS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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