"Snowfall on the Sahara" as written by Peter F. Wolf, Ina Wolf and Natalie Maria Cole....
Go slow, don't run
Girl, I know the best is yet to come
If you just smile
It makes every single moment worthwhile
You glow, divine
Watcha doin' to this heart of mine
When love comes along
Ain't no question if it's right or wrong
We're holding on
Till the snow falls on the Sahara
And the sun freezes over
When the Mojave red turns into blue
When my lungs get tired of breathing
And my heart stops its beating
I'll stop loving you
No rush, cause I'll wait
Love is timeless, there's no being late
You should know, always there
Till the last day of forever, I swear
I'll be there
Till the snow falls on the Sahara
And the sun freezes over
When the Mojave red turns into blue
When my lungs get tired of breathing
And my heart stops its beating
I'll stop loving you
And it's gonna be a long time
Till the snow falls on the Sahara
And the sun freezes over
No snow
When the Mojave red turns into blue
No lights
When the music's no longer playing
And the faithless start praying
I'll stop loving you
I don't want to miss a single heartbeat
But sometimes the words get in the way
But I hear your voice just fine
And it's gonna be a long time
Till the snow falls on the Sahara
And the sun freezes over
No snow
When the Mojave red turns into blue
No lights
When the music's no longer playing
And the faithless start praying
I'll stop loving you


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"Snowfall on the Sahara" as written by Natalie Maria Cole Ina Wolf

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