"Special Kind Of Something" as written by Anthony Kavanagh, Eliot John Kennedy, Andy Watkins and Paul Wilson....
Somebody said that I would make it big
Somebody said that I would be the kid
to go all the way to go all the way
My daddy said learn and you will go far
You've got to reach out for the highest star
That's what he said so that's what I did...

And nobody said that I would feel this pain
Nobody said that I would feel this way
And I need to explain...

CHORUS :
I've got something to give,
I need someone to hold,
I need a special kind of something
Coz I don't want to be alone...

I've got to learn how to love,
I need to know how to care,
I've got a special kind of something
That I just need to share...

I didn't really think about the consequence,
I've got a one way ticket out of innocence,
But that was my dream, and this is my dream,

I can't spend another night on my own,
Never in my life felt so alone,
Darling, can I explain?

(repeat chorus)
With you...
And if I keep pretending, how will you know?
The message I keep sending,
I've got a special kind of something,
that I just need to show, ooh

(repeat chorus)
Something to give, someone to hold,
Special kind of something, don't want to be alone,
Ooh

Learn how to love, know how to care,
Special kind of something I just need to share...

(repeat chorus till fade)



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"Special Kind of Something" as written by Eliot John Kennedy Anthony Kavanagh

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    General CommentI like this song.. Learn to live is learn to love and to care. And no body want to be alone.. So do I..
    FreeWILLon May 28, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI like this song.. Learn to live is learn to love and to care. And no body want to be alone.. So do I..
    FreeWILLon May 28, 2011   Link

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