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Sheena Easton – I Don't Need Your Word lyrics

I have waited all my life for you, and now I've got to leave you
When we're half a world apart, it's not so far, and I can feel I'm near you

I'm not a kid, a clinging rose, we're wise enough to know
The cost of letting go

And I'll bet my life on you, so don't make promises, 'cause you don't need to

Crosses on a card, a midnight call, just to say hello, then I'm gonna know
All the days and miles can't change at all, who you're thinking of
I don't need your word, I only need your love
(repeats 2x)

All the days and miles can't change at all, who you're thinking of
I don't need your word, I only need your love
I only need your love

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