"It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back)" as written by Annie Lennox and David Allan Stewart....
It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back)

It's alright, baby's coming back
And I don't really care where he's been.
It's alright, baby's coming back
And I won't turn him around this time.

I'll be your cliff (you can fall down from me).
I'll be your ledge (you can lean upon me).
I'll be your bridge, your flowering tree
You can still depend on me

And I'll be (the ticking of your clock).
And I'll be (the numbers on your watch).
And I'll be (your hands to stop the time).
I'll even be your danger sign.


And I'll be (your grace your dignity).
And I'll be (your night your destiny).
And I'll be (your comfort and your ease).
I will be your storm at seas

And I'll be (your sharp intake of breath).
And I'll be (your work I'll take no rest).
And when the world falls to decline
I'll be yours and you'll be mine.


(Make it easy on yourself tonight).

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"It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back)" as written by Phillip Laney Stewart Traci Colleen Hale

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentBloody hell, no white woman ever sounds better than a black woman bar Annie Lennox as typified in this song
    bkat004on February 24, 2006   Link

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