"Ballad of Love" as written by Antonio Nunzio Catania, John Paul Larkin and Ingo Kays....
I've looked everywhere, and I never really found
Somebody like you who was wholesome and sound
Where both of us knew we could see with closed eyes
Where neither of us had the need to tell each other lies

Nothing really mattered much as long as we're together
We can change with the seasons, no matter what the weather
Where we could be in harmony, together every day
Knowing when we're young and old that we could always say

I'll always want you by my side
To give you what you've been denied
I need you to know I want you

I can feel you
I can see you
I will let you
Touch me

I can hear you
When you call me
When you say you
Love me

Work days, holidays, every day's a good day
Everything the way we know it's gotta be
Accepting you without the need to change the way you are
Alone, together, checking out the stars

Knowing we could leave, but neither of us ever would
Both of us together through the sad and the good
Totally devoted as lovers and friends
And suddenly we realize that love never ends

I'll always want you by my side
To give you what you've been denied
I need you to know I want you

I can feel you
I can see you
I will let you
Touch me

I can hear you
When you call me
When you say you
Love me

I can feel you
I can see you
I will let you
Touch me

I can hear you
When you call me
When you say you
Love me

I can feel you
I can see you
I will let you
Touch me (for all my life)

I can hear you
When you call me
When you say you
Love me

(I can feel you) I can feel you
(I can see you) I can see you
I will let you
Touch me

I can hear you
When you call me


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"Ballad of Love" as written by John Paul Larkin Antonio Nunzio Catania

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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