We may never love like this again Don't stop the flow We can't let go
We may never love like this again And touch the sky Now we may try
So while we here Let's give up all We listed the dreams inside us And set them free
Oh, while we here Let's live a mark There's a candle in the dark It's here to guide us
We may never love like this again But through the days Beyond the highs I'll see you Reaching out to hold me I don't know just Where or when Still I'm sure
We'll love again, we'll love again We'll love again (we may never love like this again)
We'll love again (we may never love like this again) We'll love again (we may never love like this again)
We'll love again (we may never love like this again)
Writer/s: JOEL HIRSCHHORN, AL KASHA
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn February 8th 1975, Maureen McGovern performed "We May Never Love This Way Again"* on the ABC-TV program 'American Bandstand'... At the time the song was at #83 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart, and that was also its peak position on the chart... Between 1973 and 1979 she had six Top 100 records; with one making the Top 10 and that one reached #1, "The Morning After"* for two weeks on July 29th, 1973... * Both "We May Never Love This Way Before" and "The Morning After" won the Academy Award for 'Best Original Song'.
Barry from Sauquoit, NyMaureen's version peaked at No. 83 on the Billboard's Single charts!!!
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