"I Need You" as written by and Gerry Beckley....
Don't need a Rolex or a limousine
Don't need my picture in a magazine
Don't need approval of a chosen few
Tell you what I do need, I need you

Don't need no fixtures, fittings, or phone
I'm so unfurnished, I'm on my own
I Don't need reminding when the rent is due
I tell you what I do need, I need you

I need you like a fly needs a plane
I need you like a ball needs a game
I need you like a pool needs a cue
Need you, need you, need you, I need you

I Don't need no covered kisses for company
I Don't want no washed up dishes soft soaping me
I Don't need no other fella, honey I refuse
Tell you what I do need, I need you

Oh, I need you like a fly needs a plane
Oh, I need you like a ball needs a game
I need you like a shot needs to shoot
Need you, need you, need you, I need you

Need you, need you, need you, I need you
Need you, need you, need you, I need you
Need you, need you, need you, I need you


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"I Need You" as written by Gerry Beckley

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