"Here With You" as written by Paul Allen Crosby, David A. Novotny, Joseph Scott Sappington, Wayne A. Swinny and Bob Marlette....
Well, I heard your voice on a Tulsa wind
When I was far away from home
I will come to you in a dream, my friend
To love you when I'm gone

And there's never a second
Never a moment
That you'll ever be alone

From Memphis to Oklahoma
From Boston to California
From Detroit to Arizona
I will always be forever here with you

Well, the first time I ever seen your face
I saw the ghost behind your eyes
Heaven consuming me with your warm embrace
You're a woman and a child

And in just one second
Just one moment
Finally feels like home

From Memphis to Oklahoma
From Boston to California
From Detroit to Arizona
I will always be forever here with you

From Memphis to Oklahoma
From Boston to California
From Detroit to Arizona
I will always be forever here

In life there will be trials and troubles
But we will always have each other
And there could never be another
Woman in this world, in this world
In this world, in this world

From Memphis to Oklahoma
From Boston to California
From Detroit to Arizona
I will always be forever here with you

From Memphis to Oklahoma
(Here with you)
From Boston to California
(Here with you)
From Detroit to Arizona
I will always be forever here with you



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"Here with You" as written by David A. Novotny Bob Marlette

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentGreat song, not exactly what i was thinking from Saliva but certainly an awesome song non the less. I actually sent it along with a good friend that was moving away as a little reminder that she will always have someone there for her no matter what... I think that the meaning is pretty clear which is why i used it, the repeating line says it all...
    "I will always be forever here with you."
    gbuddyjoeon February 25, 2008   Link

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