"One Night" as written by Dave Bartholomew, Pearl King and Anita Steiman....
One night with you
Is what I'm now praying for
The things that we two could plan
Would make my dreams come true
Just call my name
And I'll be right by your side
I want your sweet helping hand
My loves too strong to hide
Always lived, very quiet life
I ain't never did no wrong
Now I know that life without you
Has been too lonely too long
One night with you
Is what I'm now praying for
The things that we two could plan
Would make my dreams come true
Always lived, very quiet life
I ain't never did no wrong
Now I know that life without you
Has been too lonely too long
One night with you
Is what I'm now praying for
Of things that we two could plan
Would make my dreams come true


Lyrics submitted by hardcor_toonz

"One Night" as written by Dave Bartholomew Anita Steiman

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    General CommentSounds like a guy who wants to have sex with a woman but he is married and is imagining how great it would be to be with her. He states that he, "Always lived, very quiet life I ain't never did no wrong. Now I know that life without you
    Has been too lonely too long." Or maybe he is not married and has just found a girl he knows is "the one"
    ephilbrookon January 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think your second idea is more correct ephil, as there isn't anything in the lyrics to indicate that he is cheating. As well, "The things that we two could plan
    Would make my dreams come true'" makes it sound like he would plan on getting married perhaps.
    hardcor_toonzon May 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentA 'lighter' version of 'One Night of Sin' which was originally written with strong themes of prostitution.
    "One night of sin, is what I'm not paying for"
    - Check it out
    aidy88on July 19, 2007   Link

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