"One in a Million" as written by Mark King, Wally Badarou, Michael David Lindup and Philip Gould....
Only one girl in a million
Is the one I`m searching for
And I know that she`ll be different
From all I`ve known before

I have raised my expectations
I have followed every star
And I`ll travel every highway
No matter how near, how far

Where is she
Who will be
The fulfillment of my dreams?
Could it be
Fantasy
That may never come to me?

Spent my lifetime searching for the one
And a lifetime`s work is never done

But in aiming for perfection
Other hearts have passed me by
It`s a lonely road I travel
By building my hopes so high

I`ve been told
"you`re so cold,
Where`s the passion, where`s the fire?"
Lying in wait
Until fate
Lights the flames of my desire

Spent my lifetime searching for the one
And a lifetime`s work is never done
Throw a lifeline if you`re close to me
And I`ll give you all you`ll ever need

I spend my lifetime searching for the one
And a lifetime`s work is never done
Throw a lifeline if you`re close to me
And I`ll give you all you`ll ever need


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"One in a Million" as written by Philip Gabriel Gould Waliou Jacques Badarou

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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