Please

Album: Another Country (2015)
  • Oh yeah, now, ooh
    Look at us standing here
    Staring into space, wondering what to say
    If it's all about trust, look into my eyes
    I ain't that kind of guy

    It's cold outside and I can't tell you to go
    All the roads are frozen and I'm begging you not to drive home

    Stay with me tonight
    Lay your head down next to mine
    Stay with me tonight
    Oh, let's leave our troubles behind
    Please

    Slide over here
    Let's keep each other warm
    Shelter from the storm
    Come closer to me
    Give me a little of your time
    Tell me what's on your mind

    It's a beautiful evening and I don't want it to end
    'Cause you're my type of woman and I wanna be more than a friend

    All right, stay with me tonight
    Oh, I promise I'll treat you right
    Stay with me tonight
    Under the cold, clear, cool moonlight
    Please

    And when the sun comes up I'll be holding you close to my chest
    I'm gonna love you some more and I'll bring you your breakfast in bed
    Yes, I will

    Stay with me tonight
    Tell your friends you'll be just fine
    Stay with me tonight
    Oh, I may just be your kind
    Stay with me tonight
    I'll set my soul on fire
    Stay with me tonight
    Oh, I need you by my side

    Please
    Please
    Please
    Please
    Yeah
    Please Writer/s: ROD STEWART, KEVIN SAVIGAR
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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