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SHE LOVES ME BACK
Luther Vandross
(album: Forever, For Always, For Love - 1982)


I had a lover
Who did not love me back
I did everthing that a guy could do
I couldn't do more than that
I felt so helpless
I thought things would never change
Then I saw my girl walking down on the avenue
One day I said, I wanna talk to you

I wasn't afraid to cry
Emotion was in my eyes
She took me on a natural high
When I said, I love you girl of mine
And then she said, I love you back
She loves me back

I had a lover
Who did not love me back
I bought her candy canes and dolls and flowers
And I took her to Coney Island
Now, who could do more than that?
It was a problem
Until on that fateful day
I saw my girl walking down on the avenue
She said, I wanna talk to you

She wasn't afraid to cry
Emotion was in here eyes
She took me on a natural high
I said, I love you girl of mine
And then she said, I love you back
She loves me back

I don't thing our love's gonna lose
There ain't no way
I'm taking my time to convince her
That love's her to stay, hey
Love is here to stay because
She loves me back

We weren't afraid to cry
Emotion was in our eyes
She took me on a natural high
I said, I love you girl of mine
And then she said, I love you back
She loves me back

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