Every Time I'm With You
by Seal

  • Are we going insane?
    Do we need to explain?
    I feel like we know it
    Am I doing it right?
    'Cause when you show me that candlelight
    I don't wanna blow it

    Coming in, let me know if you like it
    Show me you like it, show me excited

    I can lose it all, it won't be daunting
    Somehow I don't think I'd even care
    'Cause every time I'm with you, I feel wanted
    We could make believers if we dare, yeah

    There is so much at stake
    Hearts too soft to break
    But we don't need to go there
    'Cause we're like summer and rain
    You and I are not the same
    That's what makes it perfect

    Coming in, let me know if you like it
    Show me you like it, show me excited

    I can lose it all, it won't be daunting
    Somehow I don't think I'd even care
    'Cause every time I'm with you, I feel wanted
    We could make believers if we dare, yeah

    Coming out, show me you like it
    Show me you like it
    Coming out, show me you like it

    I can lose it all, it won't be daunting
    Somehow I don't think I'd even care
    'Cause every time I'm with you, I feel wanted
    We could make believers if we dare
    We're just two believers if we dare, yeah, yeah

    Coming out, show me you like it
    Show me you like it, show me you like it
    Coming, coming, coming out, show me now
    Show me you like it, show me you like it
    Show me you like it
    Coming out, show me you like itWriter/s: HENRY OLUSEGUN ADEOLA SAMUEL, SIMON ROYSTON BLOOR, TREVOR HORN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Jacqueline from PiazzaThat’s a mic drop. I love this song!
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