"Dying to Know" as written by and Robert I. Kirkland....
Take my rest in your arms
No longer a test, now you're warm
Heard you speaking a softer word
Can't believe the things, the things that I've heard

Now I am racking my brain
Trying to figure the change
I'm no longer the same
It feels so good, yet so strange
If I had died yesterday
No one would really half cared
But that's long before we said
What we both had to share

You've been a wild one for a while
But I still know how to make you smile
The kind of smile that I'm talking about
Is the one that you do when no one else is around

And I'm dying to know
What makes your energy flow
And I'm dying to show you
What my heart already knows

Take my rest in your arms
No longer a test, now you're warm
Heard you speaking a softer word
Still can't believe the things that I've heard

Now I am racking my brain
Trying to figure the change
I'm no longer the same
It feels so good, yet so strange
If I had died yesterday
No one would really half cared
But that's long before we said
What we both had to share


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"Dying to Know" as written by Robert I. Kirkland

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