You ask me if there'll come a time
When I grow tired of you
Never, my love
Never, my love

You wonder if this heart of mine
Will lose its desire for you
Never, my love
Never, my love

What makes you think love will end?
When you know that my whole life depends
On you (on you)

Ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba (ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba)

Never, my love
Never, my love

You say you fear I'll change my mind
I won't require you
Never, my love
Never, my love

How can you think love will end
When I've asked you to spend your whole life
With me? (with me, with me)

Never, my love (never, my love)
Never, my love
Never, my love (never, my love)
Never, my love
Never, my love


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Never My Love Lyrics as written by Donald J. Addrisi Richard P. Addrisi

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Royalty Network, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    I have heard this song before but most recently heard it on the film "Whip It". It is so beautiful and romantic. The lyrics are about the love of your life...someone you never grow tired of, never lose desire for, your whole life depends on him, you'll never change your mind, never stop loving him and want to spend your whole life with him.

    RoseTeaCup1216on November 03, 2010   Link
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    this song is amazing.

    dont_panicon November 07, 2004   Link
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    i was listening to the oldies station the other day and this came on, it has such a happy beat

    angeleyes07on April 01, 2005   Link
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    Even though I was never particularly fond of the Hammond organ in the background, I always loved this song growing up. I still think it would be amazing if it were arranged for a cappella voices--you can get a little of what it might sound like in the middle of the song as it currently exists.

    Tomis Greyon March 24, 2006   Link
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    oh man this song has gotten me more trim than an aluminum siding convention. My wife had never heard of the association until I sang her this song, now its on her cell phone. Thank you Association!!!

    scoonmanon June 05, 2006   Link
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    Timeless classic. Will sound still as good even hundreds of years later.

    mentallyon January 27, 2007   Link
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    It's so calm. A truly wonderful song. I actually like the Hammond organ in the background.

    ferret111on December 31, 2008   Link

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