"I Don't Know How To Love Him" as written by Mario Piperno, Riccardo Ferri, Mauro Picotto and Andrea Remondini....
I don't know how to love him
What to do, how to move him
I've been changed, yes really changed
In these past few days

When I've seen myself
I seem like someone else
I don't know how to take this
I don't see why he moves me

He's a man
He's just a man
And I've had so many
Men before

In very many ways
He's just one more
Should I bring him down
Should I scream and shout
Should I speak of love

Let my feelings out?
I never thought I'd come to this
What's it all about?
Don't you think it's rather funny

I should be in this position?
I'm the one
Who's always been
So calm so cool

No lover's fool
Running every show
He scares me so
I never thought I'd come to this

What's it all about?
Yet
If he said he loved me
I'd be lost

I'd be frightened
I couldn't cope
Just couldn't cope
I'd turn my head

I'd back away
I wouldn't want to know
He scares me so
I want him so
I love him so


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"I Don't Know How to Love Him" as written by Tim Rice Andrew Lloyd Webber

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Commentok, im the first to comment on this. i've seen the play at another school. i've seen the movie. and i was recently in it. (it was actually a mix between this, godspell and a play called parables.) i fell in love with our jesus, and still am. everytime i hear this song, it explains how i feel for this guy perfectly. I don't know how to take this

    "I don't know how to take this
    I don't see why he moves me
    He's a man
    He's just a man
    And I've had so many
    Men before
    In very many ways
    He's just one more"

    the lyrics are beautiful and the way its sang is beautiful. the whole thing is beautiful
    americanidioton April 19, 2003   Link

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