solitary never,
we´re so lucky with each other,
when loneliness seems average
and is promoted
on the cover of these lifestyle magazines

whatever I need,
whatever I need
from you
you´ll be there
and you say:
“hey, it´s gonna be, gonna be ok.”

you are in charge, when I can not sleep,
and you cook my favourite meals when I cannot laugh,
and then you do the washing, I get back to bed,
you are in charge
until I´m on my feet again,
you say: “It´s gonna be ok”

whatever you need,
whatever you need
from me
I´ll be there
and I say:
“hey, it´s gonna be, gonna be ok.”

I am in charge, when you cannot sleep,
and I buy your favourite flowers when you cannot laugh,
and then I do the dishes, you get back to work,
´cause I am in charge
until you´re on your feet again ( Akkord halten )
I say: “It´s gonna be ok.”

It´s gonna be ok

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