"Anyone at All" as written by Carole King and Carole Bayer Sager....
Funny how I feel more myself with you
Than anybody else that I ever knew
I hear it in your voice, see it in your face
You've become the memory I can't erase

You could have been anyone at all
A stranger falling out of the blue
I'm so glad it was you

It wasn't in the plan, not that I could see
Suddenly a miracle came to me
Safe within your arms I can say what's true
Nothing in the world I would keep from you

You could have been anyone at all
An old friend falling out of the blue
I'm so glad it was you

Words can hurt you if you let them
People say them and forget them
Words can promise
Words can lie
But your words make me feel like I can fly

You could have been anyone at all
A net that catches me when I fall
I'm so glad it was you

You could have been anyone at all
An old friend calling out of the blue
I'm so glad it was you

Anyone at all
You could have been anyone at all
Anyone at all
I'm so glad it was you


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"Anyone at All" as written by Carole Bayer Sager Carole King

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    General CommentI noticed this song for the first time tonight. It is somewhat of a cheesy song. The type you might here while shopping at the grocery store or something but it is very soothing and I like it :)

    I think this song is basically about an old friend reappearing later in life and that friendship turning into a romance. The love is indescribale- not planned but perfect.

    I feel like this song could work well with the movie plot of When Harry Met Sally.
    kristaseleneon November 04, 2007   Link

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