"Whatever You Need" as written by and Russell Courtenay Harriet Roberts....
In what other lives have I known your kiss
And what forgotten moments have I felt like this
The way you touch me I come undone
You know me more than anyone
Whatever you want

In what other lives have I touched your face
And what words did we whisper in a strange forbidden place
To be with you baby is to find myself
We're two of a kind, you and I
I couldn't love anyone else

You are my beginning, my end
You are my lover, my friend
In this life, in this time

Whatever you want, whatever you need
I will be right here waiting, baby baby baby
Whatever you want, whatever you need
I will be right here waiting, yeah yeah yeah yeah

In what other lives did I feel your skin
And when exactly did I breathe you in
Feel like I've known you for a thousand years
You're so familiar to me and there is no fear

You are my beginning, my end
You are my lover, my friend
In this life, in this time

Whatever you want, whatever you need
I will be right here waiting, baby baby baby
Whatever you want, whatever you need
I will be right here waiting, yeah yeah yeah yeah

Watch the sun go down, yeah yeah
My past and future in you are bound, oh yeah
I watch as time moves on, I'm alive and strong
And when I'm with you there's no right, no wrong

Whatever you want, whatever you need
I will be right here waiting, baby baby baby
Whatever you want, whatever you need
I'm gonna be right here waiting, baby baby
Whatever you want (whatever you want)
Whatever you need (whatever you need)
I will be right here waiting, baby baby baby
Whatever you want, whatever you need
Whatever you want
Right here, right here waiting
Right here, right here waiting


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"Whatever You Need" as written by Russell Courtenay Harriet Roberts

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