"Valentine" as written by Carol Ann Decker and Ronald Phillip Rogers....
Songs for my valentine

Give the game away
In rhyme I make mine
Sing all that I cannot say
I know mine are the tears I never cry
I know mine is a love I must deny

We go our separate ways
With nothing but a smile
Hearts break in many ways
Oh how, you've broken mine
I know mine are the arms you'll never hold
I know mine is a love remains untold

Hey, hey, hey!
Sunny valentine
Come on shine
Your love my way

Songs for my valentine
Give the game away
Come on, take it away yeah

I know mine are the tears I never cry
I know mine is a love I must deny

Hey, hey, hey!
Sunny valentine
Come on shine, please shine
Your love my way

Oh! Come on and shine
You've got to shine
Please shine
My way, my way
Oh! Come on now shine
You've got to shine
Please shine my way
It's my turn my way my way

Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
Oh come on and shine
You've got to shine
Please shine my way


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"Valentine" as written by Ronald Phillip Rogers Carol Ann Decker

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    General CommentOne of Carol Decker's songs about unrequited love for an unatainable figure who's nevertheless in her life (see also I Will Be With You, Only the Lonely, Between the Lines). She also covers the subject of break-ups and failing relationships a few times (Heart and Soul, Thank You for Goodbye, Walk on Air etc.) but later produces more positive 'moving on' pieces, too, such as A Place in My Heart and Whenever You Need Me. And then there are her extraordinary songs about less conventional pop-song subjects – see China in Your Hand, Secret Garden, You Give Up, Soul Destruction etc. A much underrated / oddly dismissed talent.
    TheKeeperon June 09, 2006   Link

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