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(Bob Elgin / Frank Augustus / Clarence Lewis)

Baby, if a wall of stone were built around your heart
Oh, don't you know, don't you know?
I would tear the wall apart
'Cause nothing, nothing, nothing, I said no, not nothing
Nothing in the world's gonna keep me away from you

If a sea of fire, it was surrounding you
Oh, don't you know, don't you know?
I would find a way to get through
Because nothing, nothing, nothing, I said no, not nothing
Nothing in the world's gonna keep me away from you

I've been listening, baby
For one thing, one little thing that I wanna hear
Come on and tell me, come on tell me
Do you really, really, really, really want me here?
Because nothing, nothing, nothing, I said no, not nothing
Nothing in the world's gonna keep me away from you

Yeah, I'm listening, baby
(Nothing in the world's gonna keep me away from you)

Yeah, I'm listening, baby
For one thing, for one little thing that I wanna hear
Come on and tell me, come on and tell me
Do you really, really, really, really want me here?
Because nothing, nothing, I said nothing, no, no, not nothing
Nothing in the world's gonna keep me away from you
Oh, I said nothing, I said nothing, I said nothing, no, no, no, no, not nothing
Nothing in the world's gonna keep me away from you
Yeah, yeah



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