"A Love She Can Count On" as written by and William Robinson Jr.....
Everyday, I'm gonna love you come what may
'Cause I know that there is (nothing that means more)
To a woman than a love that she can count on

Yeah oh oh oh oh ooh
Darling dear yeah (ooh ooh ooh)
Whenever when you need me I'll be here (ooh ooh ooh)
'Cause I know that there is (nothing that means more to a woman) yeah than
A love that she can count on

Repeat after me now
I remember one day it come to me (I remember one day it come to me)
The guy next door has money you see (the guy next door has money you see)
Well, you know he buys his woman everything yeah (he buys his woman everything)
Oh he buys her cars and clothes and diamond rings (cars and clothes and diamond rings)
Oh, and although she accepts the things he buys (tho she accepts the things he buys)
What she needs is his love sometimes (really needs his love sometime)

So oh oh baby I want you to see yeh eh eh eh (baby I want for you to see)
Oh oh oh oh that you can always count on me
Yeah count on me to comfort you yeah eh eh eh (comfort you)
When you start to feeling sad and blue (sad and blue)

'Cause I know that there is (nothing that means more to a woman)
Yeah I'm here to tell ya' than a love that she can count on (nothing that means more to a woman)
Ask any woman about it yeah (nothing that means more to a woman)
Yeah yeah tell you they can't do without it (nothing that means more to a woman)
Oh yeah, I know that you know how precious this girl is and you know that
I know that I knoe my darling that there is (nothing that means more to a woman)
Not in the whole wide world (nothing that means more to a woman)


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"A Love She Can Count On" as written by William Robinson Jr. Smokey Robinson

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