Don't You Know What The Night Can Do?

Album: Roll With It (1988)
Charted: 6
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  • Hear the night music playing?
    Don't you know what it's saying?
    We should feel it together
    Forever

    Feel the beat and just hold on
    To the sweet midnight flowing
    Feel the music inside you
    I'll be there too

    Now's the time our dreams are finally coming true
    Feels so good we're crying
    Now's the time when it's down to me and you
    Spread these wings, we'll be flying

    Don't you know what the night can do?
    Don't you know when it's touching you?
    Don't you know what the night can do?

    Time to show all your feelings
    All the night is revealing
    Let the rhythm enfold you
    Let me hold you

    Now we turn into music
    Now we never will lose it
    When the rhythm and night ride
    No heart can hide

    There are times that never ever come again
    Memories there for the making
    When the night calls, we better let it in
    All this love for the taking

    Don't you know what the night can do?
    Don't you know when it's touching you?
    Won't you help me to let it through?
    Don't you know what the night can do?

    Don't you know what the night can do?
    Know what the night can do?
    Don't you know what the night can do?

    Don't you know what the night can do?
    Know what the night can do?
    Don't you know what the night can do?

    Don't you know what the night can do?
    Know what the night can do?
    Don't you know what the night can do?
    Don't you know what the night can do? Writer/s: STEVE WINWOOD, WILL JENNINGS
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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