"Lady You Are" as written by Albert Vernon Hudson, Dave Jr. Roberson and Kevin Duane Mccord....
I've been with you for awhile now
And you're still so nice
Not like all the others I've been around
Who love to fuss and fight

You've changed in no way
You're always at your best
I love your style, your personality
You're better than the rest
You're so considerate when it comes to me
I'm so glad to have you
So splendid you are to me
I love your everything

‘Cause you're a lady (Lady)
Lady you are
You're a lady (Lady)
And I'm so proud of you

You're so sweet and innocent
In all the things you do
Not to mention your lovely smile
So plentiful and true

You've changed in no way
You're always at your best
I guess that's why I really love you
You try so hard for me

Multitude, self gratitude
You deserve in every way (Oh, oh)
Astonishing you are to me
I love your everything

‘Cause you're a lady (Lady)
Lady you are
You're a lady (Lady)
And I'm so proud of you

Lady, lady
Oh, oh, oh, oh

You're a lady (Lady)
Lady you are
You're my lady (Lady)
And I'm so proud of you

I wouldn't know what to do with myself (Lady)
(Lady you are) If I ever lost you, no, no
I love the way you carry yourself (Lady)
(I'm so proud of you) ‘Cause you're a lady

I-I-I don't wanna lose you, no (Lady)
(Lady you are) ‘Cause you're a lady
Lady (Lady)
(I'm so proud of you)

You're better than the rest (Lady)
(Lady you are) You're a lady
I love the way you carry yourself (Lady)
(I'm so proud of you) ‘Cause you're a lady

I-I-I- don't wanna lose you, no (Lady)
(Lady you are) ‘Cause you're a lady


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"Lady You Are" as written by Dave Jr. Roberson Albert Vernon Hudson

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