"Words and Music" as written by and Andy Gibb....
Words and music make a song for our hearts to sing along
Like a choir within the air, there'll be music ev'rywhere
A bitter tear across your cheek
A smile from you is all I need
We'll give them cause to breathe the air
There'll be lovers ev'rywhere

I'll be your singer and your song
For all the love you've brought along
I'll be your day, I'll be your night
I'll see that ev'rything's all right
I'll turn the ocean into sand
Like my heart at your command
I'll make the raindrops turn to snow
And then ev'ryone will know that we're in love
Yeah, yeah , yeah

And when the morning brings it's light
And Mister Moonlight says goodbye
My hand is shaking when you smile
You make me feel just like a child
My mind is searching for a way
So that you won't have to say
You've got to go and can't come back
But I can't think you'd make me sad

I'll be your singer and your song
For all the love you've brought along
I'll be your day, I'll be your night
I'll see that ev'rything's all right
I'll turn the ocean into sand
Like my heart at your command
I'll make the raindrops turn to snow
And then ev'ryone will know that we're in love

(Take away the pain in me)
I'll be your singer and your song

(Soon you'll see a change in me)
For all the love you've brought along

(What's the point of going on)
I'll be your day , I'll be your night

(The story ends, the feelings gone)
I'll see that ev'rything's all right
I'll turn the ocean into sand
Like my heart at your command
I'll make the raindrops turn to snow
And then ev'ryone will know that we're in love


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"Words and Music" as written by Andy Gibb

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