"Keys to Your Heart" as written by Anthony Krizan and John Waite....
All I ever wanted was to get away
And spend some time alone, yeah
To a big house in the country
To a private yacht with wall street on the phone
And a million dollar paradise
Maybe I could sing a better song

I've found something different now
And I finally understand
That money gets you everywhere
It slips straight through your hands

Yes, it's love that makes the world go round
And it's nationwide, from town to town
It's got me coming up and going down
And it makes everything alright, yeah
I'd give you what I got and that's a start, oh yeah
To get next to you and the keys to your heart

There's something going on here
Something going on behind your eyes
You got me feeling kind of nervous
With that Mona Lisa smile

And maybe I could get a steady job
Bring home the bacon 9 to 5
See I'd do anything to win you
Anything at all, I've got my cards
Down on the table, baby, we could have a ball

Yes, it's love that makes the world go round
And it's nationwide, from town to town
It's got me coming up and going down
And it makes everything alright, yeah
I'd give you what I got and that's a start, oh yeah
To get next to you and the keys to your heart

You may not think that I'm your type
But baby you're my cup of tea
You got me going 'round in circles and thinking to myself
I can't visualize my future with anybody else, no way

It's love that makes the world go round
And it's nationwide, from town to town
It's got me coming up and going down
And it makes everything alright, yeah
I'd give you what I got and that's a start, oh yeah
To get next to you and the keys to your heart
Believe me, to get next to you and the keys to your heart



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"Keys to Your Heart" as written by John Waite

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