Love Is on the Way

Album: The Lizard (1992)
Charted: 12
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  • Lonely sidewalks, silent night
    Bring the evening, deep inside
    Hold me darlin, touch me now
    Let the feeling, free tonight

    Love is on the way
    I can see it in your eyes
    Let's give it one more try tonight, baby,
    Love is on the way
    I can see it in your eyes,
    Let's give it one more try tonight

    Time of season, wipes the tears
    No rhyme or reason, no more fears
    All the dreaming, far behind
    You are here now, everything's alright

    Love is on the way
    I can see it in your eyes
    Let's give it one more try tonight, baby,
    Love is on the way
    I can see it in your eyes,
    Let's give it one more try tonight

    And in the morning I'll be gone away
    All the things I left behind
    If you need me I'll come night or day
    Lets stop the hands of time

    Love is on the way
    I can see it in your eyes
    Let's give it one more try tonight, baby,
    Love is on the way
    I can see it in your eyes,
    Let's give it one more try tonight

    Love is on the way
    I can see it in your eyes
    Let's give it one more try tonight, baby,
    Love is on the way
    I can see it in your eyes,
    Let's give it one more try tonight Writer/s: JASON L. BIELER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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