"Do You Believe In Love" as written by and Robert John Lange....
I was walking down a one way street
Just a lookin' for someone to meet
One woman who was looking for a man
Now I'm hopin' (hopin') that the feeling is right
And I'm wonderin' (wonderin') if you'll stay for the night
So I'm coming (I don't want to be lonely baby please tell me)
I want to love you all over

Do you believe in love
Do you believe it's true
Do you believe in love
And you're making me believe it too

Now the feeling is beginning to grow
And the meaning is something you only know
If you believe it take my hand and I'll take your heart
Come one
Now I'm wonderin' (wonderin') where does true love begin
I'm going under (under) so I'm lettin' you in
My woman (I don't want to be lonely baby please tell me)
I want to love you all over

(Do you believe in love)
Do you believe in love?
(Do you believe it's true)
Do you believe that it's true?
Oh, you're making me believe it too

(I used to have you in a photograph)
I'm so glad it's changed
(But now I've got you and it's gonna last)
Do you believe in love?

(Do you believe in love)
(Do you believe it's true)
I'm so glad! I'm so glad!
Do you believe in love
Oh you're making me believe it too

Do you believe in love?
Do you believe it's true?
Do you believe in love?
I believe in love too!

Lyrics submitted by kevin

"Do You Believe in Love" as written by Robert John Lange

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General Comment"I'm so glad it's changed"

    Huh?? It's a good song and all, but that one line doesn't sound right all of a sudden.
    Ultimate Panopticonon April 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is a classic, timeless song about meeting someone and falling in love. It combines a straightforward message with an absolutely irresistible hook -- that harmony in the chorus kills me every time. The lyric is not deep or complicated, but I actually prefer it that way -- its very simplicity captures the naiveness and excitement of first love.

    RE: "I'm so glad it's changed"
    The singer is "so glad" because now he has a real woman ("now I've got you") and not just a photograph of one (see the preceding line). I guess the next logical question is how the singer acquired a photograph of this woman. Perhaps she's a model or a beauty queen. Or maybe she's a former schoolmate, so it was a yearbook picture. Perhaps a mutual friend passed along the photo. Or (shudder) did the singer stalk the woman with a camera and snap her photo surreptitiously? Ah, I guess it doesn't really matter.
    drewdcon June 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song.... IS TERRIBLE
    degree7on October 27, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe chorus is incorrect; the last line should be:

    Oh you're makin' me believe it too
    TonyTheDadon November 07, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. Huey is still hot as geriatric. :)
    Thia007on November 20, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThe Mutt Lange wrote this one? There is no innuendo.
    vulnaviaon January 17, 2012   Link

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