"I Found My World in You" as written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield....
Rome may have its Coliseum,
And London Bridge may have its view.
While others travel far,
I'm staying where you are.
I found my world in you.

Let them waltz in gay Vienna,
Or see the sites of old Peru.
Let others cross the sea;
Those things are not for me.
I found my world in you.

I hear them sing of Paris in the spring,
Of ski trails on the Alpine snow.
I hear them talk of autumn, in New York.
It may be fun, but I don't care to go.

There's one place where I'll be happy,
Where all my wishes will come true.
I'd rather settle down,
Right here, in our home town.
I found my world in you.

I hear them sing of Paris in the spring,
Of ski trails on the Alpine snow.
I hear them talk of autumn, in New York.
It may be fun but I don't care to go.

There's one place where I'll be happy,
Where all my wishes will come true.
I'd rather settle down,
Right here, in our home town.
I found my world in you.


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"I Found My World in You" as written by Neil Sedaka Howard Greenfield

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