No Erasin'

  • I know it's been a long time comin'
    Since I saw your face
    It's been so long since we're together
    In the back seat of your car

    Ooh, oh
    You used to be my girl
    Hold me close 'cause I remember
    How could I forget

    No erasin'
    I've felt this once before
    No erasin'
    No runnin' anymore
    My soul's burnin'
    Just like it was before
    No erasin'
    Our love just won't let go
    Oh

    Summer nights in sweet surrender
    Underneath the stars
    One more time we're here together
    In the back seat of your car

    You used to be my girl
    Hold me close 'cause I remember
    How could I forget

    No erasin'
    I've felt this once before
    No erasin'
    No runnin' anymore
    My soul's burnin'
    Just like it was before
    No erasin'
    Our love just won't let go
    Oh

    Told you of my love today
    Rain comin' down
    You laughed with me and sheltered me and
    (Turned me on)
    You won't see me, you won't see how
    (You done me wrong)
    You done me wrong, and you won't try

    No erasin'
    I felt this once before
    No erasin'
    No runnin' anymore
    My soul's burnin'
    Just like it was before
    No erasin'
    This love won't let go

    I told you of my love today
    Rain comin' down
    You laughed with me and sheltered me and
    Turned me on Writer/s: Steve Perry, David Spreng
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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