"Always You" as written by and Halapi/zelmani/starkie....
If it wasn't the oceans,
Wasn't the breezes,
Wasn't the white sands,
I might not be needed.

If I could sleep through the coal mines,
If I could breathe through hatred,
If I could, work through the summer,
Then I wouldn't feel so humble,

Oh you, it's always you,
It's always you.

If red roses weren't so lovely,
Wine didn't taste so good,
Stars weren't so romantic,
Then I could do what I should.

Oh you, it's always you,
It's always you.
Oh you, it's always you,
It's always you

If you love, I could command it,
Get your head, to understand it,
I'd go twice, around the world,
Even though, I may not find it.

Oh you, it's always you,
It's always you.
You, it's always you,
It's always you.


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"Always You" as written by Quint Starkie Lars Halapi

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    General Commenti haven't seen the movie yet... i wonder how it's like, and why my friend likes this song so much.
    snufkin-07on May 23, 2002   Link
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    General Commentwhat movie? the song is really good though
    ArtClarkon May 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is hands down my favourite song in the world. It is so simple and yet it describes me perfectly! Oh P.S. "AllImLosingIsMe" its on the soundtrack of My Best Friend's Wedding which is super funny IMHO!:)
    WishYouWereHereon July 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI'm sorry, I like this song a lot and I luv Sophie Zelmani, and the movie is good, but I was tortured by my friend who is obsessed w/ this soundtrack with the song "Wishin and Hopin" If I hear that song one more time, I will scream, the worst part, she gave the st to me for my b'day and i got the song stuck in my head. "Wishin and Hopin and thinkin and prayin'......DAMMIT!" lol
    kschoicefan88on September 10, 2002   Link

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