Ooh yeah, yeah
You can't lose me

You can lose your faith in loving
You can lose the will to trust, you'll see
You can't lose me

You can lose control, let lose your senses
Lose your strength, lose your defenses
You'll see, you'll see, you'll see
You can't lose me

You can't lose me 'cause I'm not leaving
You can't lose me 'cause I won't go
I'm gonna be there like a shadow
You won't ever be alone
I'll be the sun that shines above you
All around you, everywhere I'll be there

You can lose your way, lose your possessions
Lose your mind and lose direction
You'll see, you'll see, you'll see
You can't lose me

You can't lose me 'cause I'm not leaving
You can't lose me 'cause I won't go
I'm gonna be there like a shadow
You won't ever be alone
I'll be the sun that shines upon you
All around you, everywhere I'll be there

You can lose your way, lose your possessions
Lose your mind and lose direction
You'll see, you'll see, you'll see
You can't lose me

You can lose your faith, you can lose your way
I'm gonna be there, that will never change
No, no, no, no, no, you can't lose me

You can lose your faith, you can lose your way
I'm gonna be there, this will never change
Oh yeah, you can't lose me, lose me

You can lose your faith, you can lose your way
I'm gonna be there, that will never change
No, no, no, no, no, you can't lose me



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You Can't Lose Me Lyrics as written by Diane Eve Warren

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    this song is by jacob underwood of o-town. He wrote it for his girfriend, Janie. Its just about how much he loves her. He got tired of just saying "i love you" so he found another way to express his love for her, and this song is it.

    felicia942on May 25, 2002   Link
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    this song makes me so mad cuz its so good and i wish my boyfriend wrote me a love song, its so romantic and its just a good song to listen to and fall in love to! ahh im getting all giddy! hehe

    BizzyR18on May 25, 2002   Link

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