"Gonna Sing You My Love Song" as written by Benny Goran Bror Andersson and Bjoern K. Ulvaeus....
You say she's been mad at you
Then you say you'll be patient, ooh
Still I see that she makes you blue
Come on, I'll give you consolation

Gonna sing you my love song, gonna bring you some light
Gonna make you feel happy every day of your life
Gonna sing you my love song, gonna make it all right
You're all I ever need, my darling

Just to be where you want to be
So much fun we could have then, hmm
To be close for eternity
What a miracle to happen

Gonna sing you my love song, gonna sing it for you
Gonna give you sweet loving, gonna give myself too
Gonna sing you my love song, when I think about you
I know she doesn't make it easy
'Cause you don't please her like you please me

You're my life, you're my angel
You're my first, you're my last
Would she care if you lingered
For another night
Want to hold you tight
We could make it right

Gonna sing you my love song, gonna bring you some light
Gonna make you feel happy every day of your life
Gonna sing you my love song, gonna make it all right
I know she doesn't make it easy
Gonna sing you my love song, gonna sing it for you
Gonna give you sweet loving, gonna give myself too
Gonna sing you my love song, when I think about you
You're all I ever need, my darling
And I would love to sing my love song
For you


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"Gonna Sing You My Lovesong" as written by Bjoern K. Ulvaeus Benny Goran Bror Andersson

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    General CommentThis one is about a woman having an affair with a marrled man. She wants him to stay with her, and leave his wife for her.
    bigdave69on December 20, 2004   Link

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