I´m lying beside you just thinking about us
Too tired to go to sleep and too much in love
I know I´m crazy but I can´t close my eyes
I´m scared you won´t be there in the morning when I rise
Will you be there?
Who do you dream about are you alone in your sleep?
To who will you reach out?
Oh, let it be me
Oh baby, you´re my obsession, my addiction, my drug
Don´t want to be without you when I wake up
Will you be there in the morning, will you be there when I want you?
Will you be there when I wake up, Oh I need you to be there in the morning
Will you be there?

Well, you´re so close to me but I feel so alone
The more I touch you the more I want
Don´t know what to do about me loving you but I pray to God that you feel it too
You´re my obsession, my addiction, my drug, so let the candle grow into a great fire of love
Will you be there in the morning, will you be there when I want you?
Will you be there when I wake up?
I need you to be there in the morning!
I want to love you forever,
Don´t want a love that´s now or never
Can´t you see you got me down on the floor.
I want more, more!

Will you be there in the morning, will you be there when I want you?
Will you be there when I wake up?
Will you be there in the morning?
Will you be there?

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    I love Nancy's vocals and the harmonies. Great song,that says exactly how it feels to be in love and unsure and asks the right questions. ;)

    redshiftdazzleron July 19, 2012   Link
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    Come on now, be honest now guys, how many of you wish Nancy was singing this to you!!!

    heartluvron January 09, 2006   Link
  • -1
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    Love the piano bit. The rest of the song... meh.

    Meaning: "Will you be there in the morning?". I don't think it can be said better than that. prepares for someone to knock him down a peg or two

    Zorgnon August 12, 2006   Link

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