"Every Woman In The World" as written by Graham Russell and Cicero Batista Lima Batista Lima....
Every night seems, dinner and wine
Saturdays, girls
I was never in love, never had the time
In my hustle and hurried world
Laughing my self to sleep, waking up lonely
I needed someone to hold me, oh

It's such a crazy home town
It can drag you down
Till you run out of dreams
So you party all night to the music and lights
But you don't what happiness means
I was dancing in the dark with strangers
No love around me
When suddenly you found me, oh

Girl, you're every woman in the world to me
You're my fantasy, you're my reality
Girl, you're every woman in the world to me
You're everything I need, you're everything to me
Oh girl

Everything good, everything fine
That's what you are
So put your hand in mine and together we'll climb
As high as the highest star
I'm living the life time in every minute
That we're together
And I'm staying right here forever, oh

Girl, you're every woman in the world to me
You're my fantasy, you're my reality
Girl, you're every woman in the world to me
You're everything I need, you're everything to me
Oh girl


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"Every Woman in the World" as written by Russell Martin Kramer

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    General CommentSounds like a guy that's never been in love, or had a challenge.. Until that 1 girl that he can't have came in he's life and changed him.. Now, he's PW..
    topshonuffon August 04, 2009   Link

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