Now And Forever

Album: Paid Vacation (1994)
Charted: 13 7
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  • Whenever I'm weary
    From the battles that rage in my head
    You make sense of madness
    When my sanity hangs by a thread
    I lose my way but still you seem to understand
    Now and forever
    I will be your man

    Sometimes I just hold you
    Too caught up in me to see
    I'm holding a fortune
    That heaven has given to me
    I'll try to show you each and every way I can
    Now and forever
    I will be your man

    Now I can rest my worries and always be sure
    That I won't be alone anymore
    If I'd only known you were there all the time
    All this time

    Until the day the ocean doesn't touch the sand
    Now and forever
    I will be your man
    Now and forever
    I will be
    Your man Writer/s: Richard Marx
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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