"You And I Tonight" as written by and David William/liddle Faber....
Tonight, a candle lights the room
Tonight, its only me and you
Your skin like gravity
Is pulling every part of me
I fall, you and I collide

And what if I stay forever
What if there's no goodbye
Frozen for a moment here in time, yeah
If you tell me the sky is falling
We'll see that the stars collide
The only thing that matters in my life
Is you and I tonight

Our eyes close, the candle burns away
But I know the fire still remains
This love is all we need
We fit together perfectly
I fall, you and I collide

And what if I stay forever
What if there's no goodbye
Frozen for a moment here in time, yeah
If you tell me the sky is falling
I'll see that the stars collide
The only thing that matters in my life
Is you and I tonight

I wanna see this through
I'm gonna give it all to you

Tonight a candle lights the room
Tonight it's only me and you

And what if I stay forever
What if there's no goodbye
Frozen for a moment here in time, yeah
If you tell me the sky is falling
We'll see that the stars collide
The only thing that matters in my life
Is you and I tonight (Tell me to stay forever)
Just you and I tonight (Tell me to stay forever)
Just you and I tonight


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"You and I Tonight" as written by David William Faber David Faber

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    General CommentThe old Faber drive is back! Personnaly, i think that when an artist changes their style of music, it proves that they're multi talented. I think that Faber Drive succeded in giving a pop sound to their songs, but I still prefer the old Faber Drive :) Still can't believe i'm the first to comment on this sweet song :P
    musicfan19on June 04, 2010   Link
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    General CommentBest song by them. Love song, duh :)
    laurrawr10on July 20, 2010   Link

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