"Ring Around Her Finger" as written by and Emerson Hart....
She wears a ring around her finger
Shiny platinum diamond stone
Somewhere my love is hurting
She's alone again tonight

Maybe we promised way to early
Maybe we won't survive the road
Because back home it's way to early
to call her on the phone

so give me love
give me fascination
give me strength that I can save my relationship

I've been alone before
I don't want to be alone again
I see my life through that door
I'm gonna open up and let it in
God let me in, God let me in

So we dream about tomorrow
And we struggle for today
But somewhere we'll find the answer
To the price we'll have to pay

so give me love
give me fascination
give me strength that I can save my relationship

I've been alone before
I don't want to be alone again
I see my life through that door
I'm gonna open up and let it in
God let me in, God let me in

There was a time that I could not believe
It's so simple just to love and leave
It was in the end that I found my way again

so give me love
give me fascination

I've been alone before
I don't want to be alone again
I see my life through that door
I'm gonna open up and let it in
God let me in, God let me in


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"Ring Around Her Finger" as written by Emerson Hart

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    General CommentTo me this song is about a young couple who decided to get engaged at a young age and the guy made a mistake, and now realizes he truly loves her and wants to be with her and above all wants her forgivness.
    optimistic_oneon July 15, 2006   Link
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    General Comment:) The song every woman wants to know that her love feels for her...
    Thia007on November 20, 2011   Link

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