Just To See Her

Album: One Heartbeat (1987)
Charted: 8
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  • Just to see her
    Just to touch her
    Just to hold her in my arms again one more time

    If I could feel her warm embrace
    See her smiling face
    Can't find anyone to take her place
    I've got to see her again

    I would do anything
    I would go anywhere
    There's nothing I wouldn't do
    Just to see her again

    I can't hide it
    I can't fight it
    It's so hard to live without the love she gave to me

    Doesn't she know it
    I tried hard not to show it
    Can't I make her realize that she really needs me again

    I would do anything
    I would go anywhere
    There's nothing I wouldn't do
    Just to see her again
    She brightened up my everyday
    Made me feel so good in every way
    If I could have her back to stay
    I've got to see her again

    just to see
    i want to see her
    just to hold her
    hold her hold her hold her
    just to see her
    see her
    just to touch her
    touch her

    I would do anything
    I would go anywhere
    There's nothing I wouldn't do
    Just to see her again
    She brightened up my everyday
    Made me feel so good in every way
    If I could have her back to stay
    I've got to see her again

    just to see her
    it would it would it would
    just to see her
    Make me feel so good
    just to see her
    if i if i could only see her again
    just see her again
    just to see her
    theres nothin' i wouldn't do
    just to see her
    oh don't you know its true
    if i could only
    see her again oh... Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Marianne Brown from Texas I sing along on this song. I met someone who stole my heart. I know the feeling associated with wanting to see a person again. Smokey's rendention and words are so real.
  • Dt from Perdido BeachCertain songs make me think about certain women in my romantic past and this one always reminds me of a lady I had a very intense relationship with. It didn't work out, but at times it was great, while it lasted. A superb love ballad, great arrangement and vocals by Smokey.
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