"I Love You Madly [Instrumental]" as written by Mike Hanks and William Garrett....
There's just something about you
I simply adore
This is what keeps us together
And makes my love for you grow

Oh, oh, oh, oh
I found more joy in you, my darling
Than I could ever find in any other girl
And I wouldn't trade it, oh no
For nothing in this world, baby
(Baby, baby, I love you madly)

'Cause I could never let you go
I love you madly

If you should ever choose another
It will shatter all of my dreams
But my love will still pour for you, darling
Pour like water from a flowing stream, oh, oh

If you should ever leave me
It will surely, surely, surely grieve me
I wouldn't want to live
Without the love you give

'Cause I need you badly
(Baby, baby, I need you badly)
I love you, love you
(Baby, baby, I love you madly)
Love you, love you, love you madly

They say that loves comes and goes
Just like the morning sun
But I love you so much more, my darling
Than anybody could ever love anyone

Baby, baby, come closer
(Closer)
Just a little bit closer
(Closer)
And let me whisper in your ear
(Whisper)

Darling, I love you today
More than I did yesterday
But not half as much
As I'll love you tomorrow

You've got everything, everything, everything
I've been searching for
And I'm so grateful, so very grateful that
I won't have to look no more

'Cause I found more joy in you, my darling
Than I have ever found in any other girl
And I wouldn't trade it, oh, no
For nothing in this world, baby
(Baby, baby, I love you madly)

I love you, love you, love you
(Baby, baby, I need you badly)
Love you, love you madly
And I need you, need you
Need you, need you so badly
(Baby, baby, I love you madly)




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"I Love You Madly" as written by William Garrett Mike Hanks

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