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Baby when you're down
I'll be around, I'll be around
Baby when you're lost
I'll be your found, I'll be your found

When the night is long
I'll be the crack of dawn
Baby when you take a shot
I'll be your sweet spot
I'll be your sweet spot

Baby when you need to float
I'll be your lifeboat, I'll be your lifeboat
When you want to play along
I'll be your Mah Jong, I'll be your Mah Jong

When you've done your best
I'll be your day of rest
Baby when you take a shot
I'll be you sweet spot

I'll be you sweet spot
I'll be you sweet spot
I'll be you sweet spot
I'll be you sweet spot

Baby when you're falling off your feet
Out on a road that's rough and steep
And you're looking for a state of grace
I'll be your leap of faith

Baby when you're growing old
I'll be your solid gold, I'll be your solid gold
When your ship don't come in
I'll be your thick and thin, I'll be your thick and thin

When your love is blind
I'll be your walk the line
When you've given all you've got
I'll be your sweet spot
I'll be your sweet spot

I'll be your sweet spot
I'll be your sweet spot
I'll be your sweet spot



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