I'll give you anything
Anything you love in me
And I'll make sure
That it's enough for you, baby

I'll show you how I feel
To let you know my love is real
And I'll make sure
That it's enough for you, baby

I really want to take the time
To get to know you better
All these other guys
Don't mean a thing to me

I wanna talk to you
To know what you wanna do
You're always on my mind

I'll give you anything
Anything you love in me
And I'll make sure
That it's enough for you, baby

I'll show you how I feel
To let you know my love is real
And I'll make sure
That it's enough for you, baby

Do you know, do you know?
You have a friend in me, yeah
(You have a friend in need)
You can come and lean on my shoulder
Whenever times get rough for you
I'll pull you through whenever you need me to

You got me thinking 'bout ya
Every time I see ya
(Every time I see ya)
I never want to get ya off my mind
(Never want to get you off my mind)

You know that you got me thinking 'bout ya
Really wanna meet, ya
Your smile lights up the sky

I'll give you anything
Anything you love in me
And I'll make sure
That it's enough for you, baby

I'll show you how I feel
To let you know my love is real
And I'll make sure
That it's enough for you, baby

I'll give you anything
Anything you love in me
And I'll make sure
That it's enough for you, baby

I'll show you how I feel
To let you know my love is real
And I'll make sure
That it's enough for you, baby



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I'll Give You Anything Lyrics as written by Lawrence Krsone Parker Jean Claude Olivier

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