The music's no good without you baby, the music's no good at all
The music's no good without you baby
Come back to me (come back to me)
The music's no good without you baby, the music's no good at all
The music's no good without you baby
Come back to me, come back to me

Everyone was watching, you were the freakiest thing on show
Dazzle in your crystal ball, they only loved to watch it glow
You were the center of attention, the eye of the storm
A world win from outer space like a twister on the swing

The music's no good without you baby, the music's no good at all
The music's no good without you baby
Come back to me (come back to me)
The music's no good without you baby, the music's no good at all
The music's no good without you baby
Come back to me, come back to me

Mesmerized them when we danced cause your sparkle next to me
Whistling along the razor's edge, but you were crazy to be free
I agonized till you come back and we danced that close again
I miss you boy, I really do, come back to me, come back to me

'Cause my world stopped spinning
Nothing I can do so I pray that a DJ lifts my heart

The music's no good without you baby, the music's no good at all
The music's no good without you baby
Come back to me (come back to me)
The music's no good without you baby, the music's no good at all
The music's no good without you baby
Come back to me, come back to me

The music's no good
The music's no good
The music's no good
Come back to me, come back
The music's no good (I know you don't need me anymore)
The music's no good (like it was my last)
The music's no good (I have to live each day), come back
Like it was my last without you baby


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The Music's No Good Without You Lyrics as written by Mark Taylor Paul Michael Barry

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    this song was about Cher's husband Sonny its like she misses him still and wishes he was still around being the centre of attention which he loves doing. The title is like Cher saying that the music was better when she was singing with Sonny and now music is dead in her eyes

    JSimpson88on December 31, 2008   Link

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