Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)

Album: Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite (1996)
Charted: 28 36
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  • Oh

    It happened the moment,
    When you were revealed
    'Cause you were a dream that
    You should not have been
    A fantasy real
    You gave me this beating baby
    This rhythm inside
    And you made me feel good
    And feel nice and feel loved
    Give me paradise

    So shouldn't I realize
    You're the highest of the high
    If you don't know, then I'll say it
    So don't ever wonder

    So shouldn't I realize
    You're the highest of the high
    If you don't know, then I'll say it
    So don't ever wonder

    So tell me how long
    How long it's gonna take
    Until you speak, babe
    'Cause I can't live my life
    Without you here by my side
    Oh
    You gave me the feelin',
    Feelin' in my life

    So shouldn't I realize
    You're the highest of the high
    If you don't know, then I'll say it
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  • Robert Ingram from Gadsden, AlDon't ever wonder is a smooth sound I wish I had that piece of sheet music
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