"Life with You" as written by and Craig Morris Reid Charles Stobo Reid....
When I was a younger man
When I was a silly boy
I didn't need a thing,
I was strong as anything,
I viewed solitude as a joy

But since I met you I'm distraught
You wandered in and now I'm caught
I never thought I would see
Someone so truly good
Some one who's so everything I'm not

I want to spend my life with you
Don't want to live all alone
I can't conceive of the years left in me
Without you in our home

But what if, what if, what if what
If it's not perfect then it's not
With every care I'll take
One thing I won't forsake
To dwell beside what you've got

Every time I think about you
I think I can't live without you
I'll tell you something
I am nothing without you

I want to spend my life with you
I don't want to live all alone
I can't conceive of the years left in me
Without you in our home

I want to spend my life with you
Don't want to live all alone
I can't conceive of the years left in me

Without you in our home


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