That's My Goal

Album: Shayne Ward (2005)
Charted: 1
  • You know where I come from
    You know my story
    You know why I'm standing here
    Tonight
    Please don't go
    Don't be in a hurry
    I'm here to make it clear
    Make it right

    Well I know I've acted foolish
    But I promise you no more
    I've finally found that something
    Worth reaching for

    I'm not here to say I'm sorry
    I'm not here to lie to you
    I'm here to say I'm ready
    That I've finally thought it through
    I'm not here to let your love go
    I'm not giving up oh no
    I'm here to win your heart and soul
    That's my goal

    Please don't go
    You know that I need you
    I can't be without you
    Live without you
    Be without you
    Well I know I've acted foolish
    But I promise you no more
    No more

    I'm not here to say I'm sorry
    I'm not here to lie to you
    I'm here to say I'm ready
    That I've finally thought it through
    I'm not here to let your love go
    I'm not giving up oh no
    I'm here to win your heart and soul
    That's my goal

    Well I won't stop believing
    That we will be leaving together
    So when I say I love you
    I'll mean it forever and ever
    Ever and ever

    I'm not here to say I'm sorry
    I'm not here to say I'm sorry
    I'm not here to lie to you
    I'm here to say I'm ready
    That I've finally thought it through
    (Oh I'm ready)
    I'm not here to let your love go
    I'm not giving up oh no
    I'm here to win your heart and soul
    (That's why I'm here baby)
    Yes I'm here to win your heart and soul
    That's my goal
    That's my goal Writer/s: BILL PADLEY, JEREMY PETER GODFREY, JORGEN KJELL ELOFSSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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