When we turn out the lights
The two of us alone together
Something's just not right
But girl you know that I would never
Ever let another's touch
Come between the two of us

'Cause no one else will ever take your place

No one else comes close to you
No one makes me feel the way you do
You're so special girl to me
And you'll always be eternally
Every time I hold you near
You always say the words I love to hear
Girl, with just a touch you can do so much
No one else comes close

And when I wake up to
The touch of your head on my shoulder
You're my dream come true, oh yeah
Girl you know I'll always treasure
Every kiss and everyday
I'll love you girl in every way
And I always will, 'cause in my eyes

No one else comes close to you
No one makes me feel the way you do
You're so special girl to me
And you'll always be eternally
Every time I hold you near
You always say the words I love to hear
Girl, with just a touch you can do so much

(Girl can't you see that) No one else comes close to you
No one makes me feel the way you do
You're so special girl to me
And you'll always be eternally, babe
Every time I hold you near
You always say the words I love to hear
Girl, with just a touch you can do so much
No one else comes close

No one else comes close
Oh girl, oh oh
No one else comes close


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No One Else Comes Close Lyrics as written by Gary Baker Darrell Wayne Perry

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    well this one was my song with a boy who i loved he was my 2nd formal bf and i miss him i cry when i hear this pretty song

    CosetteLafitteon May 15, 2002   Link
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    well this one was my song with a boy who i loved he was my 2nd formal bf and i miss him i cry when i hear this pretty song

    CosetteLafitteon May 15, 2002   Link
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    well this one was my song with a boy who i loved he was my 2nd formal bf and i miss him i cry when i hear this pretty song

    CosetteLafitteon May 15, 2002   Link
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    i cry when i hear this song cuz its so bad

    darkpop2Dzombieon June 14, 2003   Link
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    i love this song aw .)

    gunner-chicaon September 14, 2009   Link
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    Very sensual sweet song. Pretty good.

    HELENzon January 08, 2013   Link
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    Very sensual sweet song. Pretty good.

    HELENzon January 08, 2013   Link

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