"All I Want Is You" as written by Thomas Charge Burke, Lawrence James Diamond, Michael James Andrew Evans and Thomas William Payne Rhoades....
You say you want diamonds on a ring of gold
You say you want your story to remain untold
And all the promises we made
From the cradle to the grave
When all I want is you

You say you'll give me a highway with no one on it
A treasure just to look upon it
All the riches in the night
You say you'll give me eyes in a world of blindness
A river in a time of dryness
A harbor in the tempest
And all the promises we made
From the cradle to the grave
When all I want is you

You say you want your love to work out right
To last with me through the night
You say you want diamonds on a ring of gold
Your story to remain untold
Your love not to grow cold
And all the promises we made
From the cradle to the grave
When all I want is you


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"All I Want Is You" as written by Bob Skelton

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