"We Belong Together (Tarzan and Jane)" as written by and Robert Arthur Bill Dana....
Deep in the jungle, up in a tree
In Indiana 1983
Living on pizza and too little sleep
Just me and my animal friends
Then in the distance I saw through the leaves
Creature of beauty like none I had even seen
The trouble started when you smiled at me
And our two worlds came crashing together
And true love slowly began

I am Tarzan, You are Jane
I am the night, and you are the day
We're like sunshine and rain
We're so different from each other
You are a woman, I am a man
You're the sea, and I am the land
And I would not be who I am
If I didn't have you

I know that somedays we both wonder how
We got together, we're still so different now
But I can't imagine my life without you
Cause all those things that make us so different
Are just what make us all that we are

I am Tarzan, You are Jane
I am the night, and you are the day
We're like sunshine and rain
We're so different from each other
You are a woman, I am a man
You are the sea, and I am the land
And I would not be who I am
If I didn't have you

We belong together






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"We Belong Together (Tarzan and Jane)" as written by Robert Arthur Bill Dana

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