"Sing to Me" as written by Eric Benet Jordan, George T. Jr. Nash and Demonte Posey....
Can I tell you, shall I count the ways?
Can I find the words that could explain?
How my heart, my life, my soul, you changed forever

You ease my pain with such gentle hand
And when I'm with you I'm a better man
And I'll never ever understand the way

'Cause you sing to me without music or words
The sweetest melody that I've ever heard
And when I look into your eyes I hear a song that never dies
'Cause you sing to me

There's so much evil in the world today
Everybody's trying to make their way
Looking for a piece of love to make it better

But we can make it through and rise above
With your letter serenade of love
And I know that we'll be strong enough to go on and on and on

'Cause you sing to me without music or words
The sweetest melody that I've ever heard
Sweet enough to make me cry 'cause it keeps our love alive
Oh you sing to me, oh won't you sing baby?

And even through the fire
I know our love will find a way
And you're the reason why girl
I'm singing stronger everyday

You sing to me without music or words
The sweetest melody that I've ever heard
'Cause when I look into your eyes I hear a song that never dies
'Cause you sing to me, oh sing baby

You sing to me without music or words
The sweetest melody that I've ever heard
Sweet enough to make me cry 'cause it keeps our love alive
When you sing to me

You sing to me without music or words
The sweetest melody that I've ever heard
'Cause when I look into your eyes I hear a song that never dies
'Cause you sing to me

You sing to me, sing to me
Please baby sing to me
Sing to me, sing to me



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"Sing to Me" as written by Eric Benet Demonte Posey

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