"It's You" as written by and Rogers/daniels....
You never led me to believe that I'd be with you.
You never gave me reason to stay true.
When people look at us, they think 'she cannnot love him.
How could she love a boy who seems so cruel?

But I do, oh I do
Hurtful things seem sweet from you.
And I do, oh I do
It's true
And I do, oh I do
You paint my world all black and blue,
But I do, oh I do
It's you

You listen to my tears and then you ask forgiveness.
You promise not to act that way again.
And when you do, I hope we're through, but I'm still waiting
Waiting for the I love you's to end.

But I do, oh I do
Hurtful things seem sweet from you.
And I do, oh I do
It's true
And I do, oh I do
You paint my world all black and blue,
But I do, oh I do
It's you

You promise me to never fall apart,
You never start to say that I have reason.
And finally I know I'll have to leave, but till I go
I pray that you might change.

But I do, oh I do
Hurtful things seem sweet from you.
And I do, oh I do
It's true
And I do, oh I do
You paint my world all black and blue,
But I do, oh I do
It's you

You listen to my tears and then you ask forgiveness.
You promise not to act that way again.
And when you do, I hope we're through, but I'm still waiting
Waiting for the I love you's to end.

You promise me to never fall apart,
You never start to say that I have reason.
And finally I know I'll have to leave, but till I go
I pray that you might change.

But I do, oh I do
Hurtful things seem sweet from you.
And I do, oh I do
It's true
And I do, oh I do
You paint my world all black and blue,
But I do, oh I do
It's you

I just can't help myself with you
I just can't help myself with you
I just can't help myself with you


Lyrics submitted by middledistancerunner

"It's You" as written by Mack David Burt F. Bacharach

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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