There were times when I just wanted
To get the passion started
But I had to wait till you were mine
Every time we got together
I could tell that you were better
Than all the other girls in my life

Now that you're with me
I can see clearly, no doubt
It's worth all my time
Whenever I need
You always seem to know
How to make it all right, baby

Give me all your lovin', girl
Give me all of you
You make me feel so good inside
You know just what to do
Give me all your lovin', girl
Give me all of you
If you give me all your lovin', girl
I'll give my all to you

Just so happy you're my girl
Let me show how much I care
When you need me, baby
I'll be there
Wanna hold you in my arms
Wanna keep you close to me
Cause I know
Our love was meant to be

Now that you're with me
Everyone can see, no doubt
You're the love of my life
If forever be, we'll be
Two hearts that beat as one
Till the end of time (till the end of time, baby)

Give me all your lovin', girl
Give me all of you
You make me feel so good inside
You know just what to do
Give me all your lovin', girl
Give me all of you
If you give me all your lovin', girl
I'll give my all to you

(I want)
Give me all your lovin', girl (i need)
Give me all of you
(Your love, baby)
Cause I want
Give me all your lovin', girl (i need)
Give me all of you
Your love, baby
Give me all to you

Give me all your lovin', girl
Give me, give me
Give me all your lovin', girl
Give it to me baby

All your lovin', all your lovin'
All your lovin', all my lovin'
All of it



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