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Do you want a shoulder I only want to hold you In your hour of need I hate to say I told you so It just wasn't meant to be But you should've let him go Let me make your pain a little lighter I can help you make your world a little brighter I'll be here after the tears I'll be there when the shouting's over You just may need me to hold you I'll be here after the tears Just a matter of time now Till I make you mine now Waited patiently It could happen any day Now it looks like you're gonna be free The tide is turning my way I'll see you through all the confussion I'll be your only true solution I'll be here when the party's over I'll be here after the tears You just may need another lover I'll be here after the tears Hold on Love is not so far away Can you hear it calling Be strong I'll be waiting in the wings (I'll be here when the shouting's over) i can make it better (I'll be here after the tears) (You just may need me to hold you) I can make it better I can make it better (I'll be here after the tears) (I can make it better) I'll be here after the tears I'll be here when the party's over (I can make it better) (I can make it better) You just may need another lover (I can make it better) I'll be here after the tears (I can make it better)



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