Wouldn't Matter Where You Are

Album: Stay In Love (1977)
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  • (m. riperton r. rudolph m. henderson)

    He said, travel anywhere your life take you
    He said, chase your visions over the rainbow
    You're free to go

    It wouldn't matter where you are...
    I will know just when you want me and I'll come to you
    It wouldn't matter near or far
    In the instant that you need me I'll be here with you

    Even from the farthest star...
    I would fly there in a minute if you want me to
    You could even try to hide it
    I would know that, too
    I would see right through

    'cause I would hear you call
    Across the sands of time
    No ocean is too wide
    To keep me from your side
    With all my love

    He said, travel anywhere your life takes you
    He said, chase your vision over the rainbow...
    You're free to go

    Marc... I'm calling you
    I need you now... and I'm calling you
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