Talk about love, talk about trust
Talkin' 'bout forever baby
When I'm talkin' 'bout us

I give you my word, stick to my guns
Believe me when I tell ya baby
That we've just begun

You don't understand, no
The full intent of my plan

I want to be your soul provider
I want to stay that way
For the longest time
I want to be, your sould provider
Justsay you'll let me
And darlin' I will

I know you've been hurt, I know you're love shy
You don't have to say it baby
It's gonna take some time
Ya got my heart, in the palm of your hand
Swear it's gonna stay there baby
Give me half a chance

You don't understand
The full intent of my plan

I've been waitin' for a long time for somebody like you
To give my love, all my love day and night
Just say you'll be mine for the rest of your life
Baby I'll show you why

I want to be your soul provider
I want to stay that way
For the longest time
I want to be, your sould provider
Justsay you'll let me
And darlin' I will


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Soul Provider Lyrics as written by ANDY GOLDMARK, MICHAEL BOLTON

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    What I love about this song is that this man wants to provide for his woman in every way!! He wants to take care of her. He is a man of his word, he wants her to feel safe and trust him. Love it. THIS is what a woman wants and unfortunately it is a rare find these days!

    Skd753on October 16, 2012   Link

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