Lady (Hear Me Tonight)

Album: Lady (Hear Me Tonight) (2000)
Charted: 1 81
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  • Lady, hear me tonight
    'Cause my feeling is just so right
    As we dance by the moonlight
    Can't you see you're my delight?

    Lady, I just feel like
    I won't get you out of my mind
    I feel loved for the first time
    And I know that it's true
    I can tell by the look in your

    Lady, I just feel like
    I won't get you out of my mind
    I feel loved for the first time
    And I know that it's true
    I can tell by the look in your Writer/s: Bernard Edwards, Nile Rodgers, Romain Tranchart, Yann Destagnol
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Oto from SlovakiaThis is evergreen...still sounds fresh.
  • Paul Gimlik from Hereford, EnglandI think that this is a great song and reminds me of my eldest son and his pal. I am 58 and still love this sort of music !
  • Aman from Patiala, IndiaMan this is the SWEllest Song i ve heard...its played in every disc,lounge and bars..and i love it!!!WHen u hear it sometimes u start relating urself to it...sumtimes it happens with u.-Lady hear me tunite-u want to tell ur feelings to ur love sumtime..the feeling just cums in ...u cant get her out f ur mind..its so simple.. yet so true...Fascinating.Not much ppl get into lyrics of the songs and only dance on it!try it guys theres much more to it then club music n beats!!!
  • Sum Sum from New Delhi, Indiaevery club plays this number atleast once in two three days till today....i mean wherever i went i heard it at times. ofcourse a superhit song.
  • Marlo from Perth, Australiacool tune this reminds me of some time spent living in a beautiful place called broome. north western australia..... good times!
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