"Like I Can" as written by Matthew Alan Prime and Samuel Frederick Smith....
He could be a sinner, or a gentleman
He could be your preacher, when your soul is down
He could be your lawyer on a witness stand but
He'll never love you like I can, can

He could be a stranger, he gave a certain glance
He could be a trophy, of a one night stand
He could have your humor, but I don't understand cause
He'll never love you like I can, can, can

Why are you looking down all the wrong roads
When mine is the heart and the soul of the song
There may be lovers who hold out their hands but
He'll never love you like I can, can, can

A chance encounter of circumstance
Baby he's a mantra, keeps your mind entranced
He could be the silence in this mayhem, but then again
He'll never love you like I can, can, can

Why are you looking down all the wrong roads
When mine is the heart and the soul of the song
There may be lovers who hold out their hands but
He'll never love you like I can, can, can

We both have demons, that we can't stand
I love your demons, like devils can
If you're still seeking an honest man
And stop deceiving Lord please

Why are you looking down all the wrong roads
When mine is the heart and the soul of the song
There may be lovers who hold out their hands but
He'll never love you like I can, can, can


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"Like I Can" as written by Matt Prime Sam Smith

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    Song MeaningHe's describing the different types of men, but saying that none of them can ever provide the same love Sam did, or wants to, for this person.
    Dancer_Larkon August 12, 2014   Link

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