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Written by Madeline Stone / Sam Lorber / Dennis Matkosky
Lorrie Morgan - duet vocal
From Jon Randall "Cold Coffee Morning" Unreleased CD
Elektra / Asylum Records 1999

I have my dreams my share of doubts
Keeping you out is the last thing that I want to do
I need to feel you next to me
Being apart of everything I'm going thru
If you ever went away
I wouldn't last a day
The night doesn't feel so long
The roads seems to go somewhere
The world is a better place
Just knowing your there, knowing your there
I never knew what love could do
I've gotten use to walkin thru life all alone
It's the kind of change that comes on slow
It's in your soul so deep that you can't let it go
You open up your eyes one day
And the clouds are rolled away
The night doesn't feel so long
The roads seems to go somewhere
The world is a better place
Just knowing your there, knowing your there
All I can give you is a promise to be faithful
That isn't half enough of what you've given me
The night doesn't feel so long
The road seems to go somewhere
The world is a better place
Just knowing your there, knowing your there



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