"Look What You've Done to Me" as written by William R. Royce Scaggs and David W. Foster....
Hope they never end this song
This could take us all night long
I looked at the moon and I felt blue
Then I looked again and I saw you
Eyes like fire in the night
Bridges burning with their light
Now I want to spend the whole night through
And honey, yes, I'd like to spend it all on you

Love, look what you've done to me
Never thought I'd fall again so easily
Oh, love, you wouldn't lie to me
Leading me to feel this way

They might fade and turn to stone
Let's get crazy all alone
Hold me closer than you'd ever dare
Close your eyes and I'll be there
After all is said and done
After all you are the one
Take me up your stairs and through the door
Take me where we don't care anymore

Love, look what you've done to me
Never thought I'd fall again so easily
Oh, love, you wouldn't lie to me, would you
Leading me to feel this way

Love, look what you've done to me
Never thought I'd fall again so easily
Oh, love, you wouldn't lie to me
Leading me to feel this way


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"Look What You've Done to Me" as written by William R. Royce Scaggs David W. Foster

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    General CommentI very much like this song. I first heard it on Urban Cowboy, and the scene that it was played in was absolutely definitive as far as the song goes and the scene in which it was played. I love how he's speaking to love as if it were something understanding, but unfortunately it is not. Wonderful lyrics
    convinceon March 12, 2009   Link
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    General Commentwhen I first heard this cool classic I thought it was being sung by a black dude.lol now that I'm much more knowledgeable of who Boz is I realize he is white and very soulful.great tune for those special times. ;')
    dooglepopon May 09, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThere are two versions of this. On Boz's Greatest Hits the version has the Eagles singing background. For Urban Cowboy, the Eagles' voices were removed and female voices were inserted. Which one do you like better?
    valjeangon March 21, 2013   Link

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