"Paint Your Picture" as written by and David F. Bartram Malcolm J. Allured....
You and me, we both agree,
It hurts to be unkind, upsets the mind,
So I say to you, 'what's going on'?.
You really are my kind,
I've got the time spare for you.
And I like to paint your picture on my mirror,
And I'd see you as my reflection when I'm down.
I don't want to be your shadow,
Because shadows disappear,
When the night falls always I want you around.
You ask why, should you and I,
The favourites of our kind,
I'm really not so blind as I seem to be,
Why ask of me.
To take a little more time,
It really is no crime, you and me.
And I'd like to paint your picture on my mirror,
And I'd see you as my reflection when I'm down,
I don't want to be your shadow,
Because shadows disappear,
When the night falls always I want you around,
When the night falls always I want you around.
You and me, we both agree,
It hurts to be unkind, upsets the mind,
So I say to you, 'what's going on'?
You really are my kind,
I've got the time spare for you.
And I'd like to paint your picture on my mirror,
And I'd see you as my reflection when I'm down,
I don't want to be your shadow, because shadows disappear,
When the night falls always I want you around,
When the night falls always I want you around,
When the night falls always I want you around.


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"Paint Your Picture" as written by David F. Bartram Al. James

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