"Your Love [Instrumental]" as written by Lloyd Woodrowe James and Dwight Duncan....
Your love, your love is never changing (your love is never changing)

Your love, your love is always lasting
Babe I wanna be with you,
You know that I wanted it too.
'Cause tonight, tonight, tonight is the night,
You know, you know, I wanna make it right.

I always remember that night,
You were so outta sight.
We hold each other ooh so tight,
We hold each other all through the night.

Babe you were the only one,
And I wanna be with you.
'Cause I know, you know the time is right,
You touch me baby when you hold me tight.

Let's keep making on all through,
Baby never, never let me go.
For as long as I live,
Touch me hard, and I am ready to give.

Your love, your love is never changing (your love is never changing)
Your love, your love is always lasting (your love is always lasting)
Your love, your love is never changing (your love is never changing)
Your love, your love is alway lasting.
Your love, your love is never changing (your love is never changing)
Your love, your love is always lasting

The day that I'll be without you,
And that do will make me blue.
I know, I know, you know it isn't right,
'Cause tonight, tonight, tonight is the night.

Oh baby it feels so good,
I know I'm understood.
I love you, I hold you tight,
Hold me baby 'till the morning light.

Babe, I'm gonna be with you,
You know that I wanna be true.
'Cause tonight, tonight, tonight is the night,
You know, you know I wanna make it right

Your love, your love is never changing
Your love, your love is never changing (your love is never changing)
Your love, your love is always lasting.


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"Your Love" as written by James Brown

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