When you say you love me Know I love you more And when you say you need me Know I need you more Boy I adore, you I adore, you
Boy I adore, you I adore, you
Baby Can you hear me? When I'm crying out for you I'm scared oh, so scared But when you're near me I feel like I'm standing with an army Of men, armed with weapons, hey, oh
When you say you love me Know I love you more And when you say you need me Know I need you more Boy I adore, you, I adore, you
When you say you love me Know I love you more And when you say you need me Know I need you more Boy, I adore, you I adore, you
Writer/s: Oren Yoel Kleinman, Stacy Barthe
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Wanda Tijuana from Bronx NyI love Adore You by Miley Cyrus. It's a shame we can't credit her for writing such a beautiful power ballad/love song. As far as her provocative behavior, I think she is just having fun with exploring her adult self. Everyone knew her previously as good girl Hannah Montana, so she's probably just trying to shed that childlike image of herself, seeing that now she has since grown up & matured since those days. Hannah is long gone, it's Miley's time to shine!
Anastasia from Mendocino County, Willits100% with Janice
Janice from MissouriI think most of her music is great. she is beautiful and so talented but I can enjoy her more with her clothes on. I can't watch her videos. Sad, such a talent and she feels she needs to do all the weird stuff for attention. Hope she wakes up.
Sunshine Mawi from Yangon,myanmarAlthough the MTV is kind of weird with naked Miley Cyrus, I like the song!! This is so amazing and very powerful..
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