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Just snap your fingers
And in the heat of a heart
I'll be right where you want me
We're each other's counterpart

You can count on my love
Until the ultimate end
Snap your fingers and I'll come running
It's your world I'm living in

Out to the distant edge
And back again we've been
There's something in your kiss
That keeps me hanging on
Through thick and thin

On a crowded sidewalk
Or in a room with a view
Anyplace is paradise when I'm with you
Elvis sang it and it's true

Six o'clock in the morning
The first gray light was creeping in
I was half awake and half dreaming
Remembering when

We were halfway around the world
Running down the street in the rain
Under a ladder or two
They almost didn't let us on that train

You can't count on my love
Until the ultimate end
Snap your fingers I'll come running
It's your world I'm living in

With you I'm hanging on
Through thick and thin

Six o'clock in the morning
The first gray light's creeping in
I'm half awake and half dreaming
Remembering again



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