"I Will Be There" as written by Paul Stanley, Bruce Kulick and Curtis Anthony Cuomo....
Each and every day
People turn away
Change the things they feel
Change the things they say

We can never know
Where our lives will lead
Wherever you go
Whenever you need

I Will Be There
want to be there
I will hear you when you call
Give you anything at all
I Will Be There
Anywhere
Like a father to his son

You are just a child
All is yet to be
Growing all the while
Knowing when you leave

I Will Be There
want to be there
Only blood will run so deep
Seal the promise I will keep
I Will Be There
Anywhere
Like a father to his son
I can swear to only one

Time moves quickly as the years go by
All these moments slip away
When I'm gone and life will carry on
You will know someway

I Will Be There
I Will Be There
I Will Be There
want to be there
Only blood will run so deep
Seal the promise I will keep
I Will Be There
Like a father to his son
I must swear to only one


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"I Will Be There" as written by Paul Stanley Bruce Kulick

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    General CommentPaul Stanley (Lead Guitarest/Lead Singer- KISS) wrote this song for his son. It is easy to see why this is his favorite song.
    GodessOfThunderon February 02, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI very nice accoustic song that comes out of nowhere on the very heavy Carnival of Souls. Just a great song. I don't think the lyrics need any explaining, really.
    Krendall2006on July 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's a beautiful song, but Paul Stanley is the band's rhythm guitarist, and he shares lead vocal duties with everybody else in the band.
    music_readeron October 15, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThe best one from C o S...even better now. It grows on u...
    RogManon May 31, 2009   Link

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