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Natalie Cole – The Urge To Merge lyrics

Written by Pam Reswick, Steve Werfel

Though I think I really know you

And you think you know me

And we're as close at two people

Could ever hope to be

Still I can't escape the feeling

That no matter what I do

I'll never understand what it feels like to be you

I get the urge to know you better

To make our spirits one

I want to see us be together

As close as we can come

I get the urge to merge

I get the urge to merge with you

I get the urge to merge

I get the urge to merge with you

Have you ever wanted something

You just had to possess

And it turned into obsession

And wouldn't let you rest

There are times I can't help wishing

I could melt right into you

Hear every word you're thinking

Feel everything you do

I feel trapped inside my body

And there's nothing I can do

Want to leap across the wall

That's keeping me from you

To break what can't be broken

To say what can't be spoken

If only for a moment

To touch your soul

I get the urge to know you better



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