"Howl" as written by Rebecca Rose Johnson and Dwayne A. Abernathy....
You were young when your father died.
Always felt like you were left behind,
but you're right where you need to be.
We were lost, found a place to hide.
Seeking shelter, seeking better lives for you and for me.

I've got a question, let me ask it for a second,
Can I be the one you always need?

Do you need me?

If he could see how you've grown
he'd be as happy as I am now.
We've got a place of our own,
You're still a wolf without a howl.
If only you knew, if only you knew how.
We've got a place of our own.
You're still a wolf without a howl.

You were quiet, had a somber tone,
telling me you need to be alone.
But I won't ever go away.
Found your heart in the dresser drawer.
A frozen moment that is only yours,
A place you always want to stay.

Give me a second…
Oh, Did I forget to mention I will be the one you always need?
Do you need me?

I never heard you cry so loud.
Asking me "what happens now?"
You were never the one to admit defeat.
Do you need me?


Lyrics submitted by johnnyboy123

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