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Duet with jennifer rushwritten by bruce roberts and andy goldmarkreleased as a single in 1987You’re walking, talking like a flame, babyyou’re walking, talking like a flame, babynever knew what my heart would be facingguess I must have been blind saying goodbye yo you, babyclose my eyes at night I can taste iti’m running back in the fire where I once had you, babyyou said don’t ever leave mebut I say that’s something I won’t ever doi want you back in my armsin the flames of paradisein the flames of paradisei want you back in my armsin the flames of paradisethe flames of paradisei give all of my love just to youit’s been so long babyi give you all my love waits for youdon’t take too long babyi’ve been making some brave conversationtelling friends I’m way better off without youthen I was living in my imaginationthinking I could make it without you too babymy heart tried to deceive mebut that’s one thing it just can’t doyou said don’t ever leave meoh that’s one thing I won’t ever do



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