"All I Do Is Love Her" as written by Wayland Patton and Skip Ewing....
I used to try to be a fix-it man
If she had a problem I had a plan
But what she really wanted
Was for me to understand
Lend an ear and not my hand
Well I finally got it
Now when she turns to me sometimes
With something heavy weighing on her mind

All I do is love her
I just listen and I hold her close
All I do is love her
I know that really what she needs the most
Is (all) my time and (all) my attention
Not my answers or my intervention
All I do is love her
The way that she loves me

When I look back on how it used to be
I'm still amazed that she had faith in me
But look how far we've come
We're connected at the heart somehow
I can't imagine me without her now
She's where I'm coming from
I'm the one that she's depending on
So when she reaches out for something strong

All I do is love her
I just listen and I hold her close
All I do is love her
I know that really what she needs the most
Is (all) my time and (all) my attention
Not my answers or my intervention
All I do is love her
The way that she loves me

I'm only doing my part
With every beat of my heart
All I do is love her
The way that she loves me

All I do is love her
I just listen and I hold her close
All I do is love her
I know that really what she needs the most
Is (all) my time and (all) my attention
Not my answers or my intervention
All I do is love her
The way that she loves me


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"All I Do Is Love Her" as written by Wayland Patton Donald Ewing Ii

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