"To the One I Love" as written by Rick Chertoff, Eric M. Bazilian, Robert Andrew Hyman and Joan Osborne....
To an honest man
I could give my body and my soul
With a practiced hand
You could lift me up and make me whole

To the one I love I give the key
And his eyes are stars that shine on me
And I smell the ocean in the dawn
And the bitter times have come and gone

In a gypsy cab
On the Brooklyn Bridge at sunrise
We are going home
And the lust is blurring in your eyes

To the one I love I give the key
And his eyes are stars that shine on me
And I smell the ocean in the dawn
And the bitter times have come and gone
Have come and gone, have come and gone
Have come and gone

In a hotel room
Up above the lights are talking square
While the music plays
I'm on my way to meet you there

To the one I love I give the key
And his eyes are stars that shine on me
And I know I'm back where I belong
And the bitter times have come and gone

To the one I love I give the key
And his eyes are stars that shine on me
Oh shine on me, oh shine on me
Oh shine on me, oh shine on me
Oh shine on me, shine on me, oh shine on me



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"To the One I Love" as written by Richard Chertoff Eric M Bazilian

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