Album: I'm Your Baby Tonight (1991)
Charted: 9
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  • How could I throw away a miracle
    How could I face another day
    It's all of my doing
    I made a choice
    And today I pay
    My heart is full of pain
    How could you understand
    The way I feel
    How could you relate to so much pain
    Seems as though nothing can comfort me
    So today I pray
    That someone should listen for

    Nothing should matter
    Not when love grows inside you
    The choice is yours
    There's a miracle in store
    Nothing should matter
    Not when love grows inside you
    A voice of love is crying out
    Don't throw love away
    There's a miracle in store

    How could I let go of a miracle
    Nothing could ever take its place
    Thought I was looking
    Out for myself
    Now it seems the pain
    Is all that I have gained
    I wonder if I could be your miracle
    I wonder if I could spare you pain
    Seems as though nothing will comfort me
    Less today I pray
    That you should come listen


    Don't ever throw away your miracle
    Don't let it slip away
    Nothing should matter

    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Songtrust Ave, KAREN SCHAUBEN PUBLISHING ADMINISTRATION, BMG Rights Management
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