"Take You Anywhere" as written by Peter Joseph Fleming, Patrick Martin Leyden, Joseph Bates, Audrey M. Gallagher and Neal Calderwood....
Nothing to do on a Sunday.
But watch the cars go by,
On the street outside.
A little break in the bedroom
Lie in front of the TV
Think of all the things you have to do
Next week
But I could take you anywhere, anywhere
Oh I would gladly take you anywhere, anywhere over the earth
Oh I could take you anywhere, anywhere
Oh I would take you anywhere, anywhere...
You hear a song on the radio
It takes you back to the summer
That you had last year
And the music suits your mood perfectly
Heard that people, heard that places heard that?
But I could take you anywhere, anywhere
Oh I would gladly take you anywhere, anywhere over the earth
Oh I could take you anywhere, anywhere
Oh I would take you anywhere, anywhere.
Anywhere I'll take you any time
I'll take you any place
I could take you anywhere, anywhere
Oh I would gladly take you anywhere, over the earth
Oh I could take you anywhere, anywhere
Oh I would take you anywhere, anywhere, anywhere, anywhere



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"Take You Anywhere" as written by Joseph Bates Audrey M. Gallagher

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