You're looking kinda lonely, girl
Would you like someone new to talk to
Ah, yeah, alright
I'm feeling kinda lonely too
If you don't mind, can I sit down here beside you?
Ah, yeah, alright

If I seem to come on too strong
I hope that you will understand
I say these things 'cause I'd like to know
If you're as lonely as I am
And if you'd mind

Sharing the night together, whoa, yeah
Sharing the night together, whoa, yeah
Sharing the night

We could bring in the morning, girl
If you want to go that far
And if tomorrow finds us together
Right here, the way we are, would you mind

Sharing the night together, whoa, yeah (would you mind sharing the night?)
Sharing the night together, whoa, yeah (would you mind sharing the night?)
Sharing the night

Would you like to dance with me and hold me?
You know I wanna be holding you (ooh)
Ah, yeah, alright
'Cause I like feeling like I do
And I see in your eyes that you're liking it, I'm liking it too
Ah, yeah, alright

Like to get to know you better
Is there a place where we can go
Where we can be alone together
And turn the lights down low
And start

Sharing the night together, whoa, yeah (would you mind sharing the night?)
Sharing the night together, whoa, yeah (would you mind sharing the night?)
Sharing the night together (would you mind sharing the night?)
(Would you mind) sharing the night together (would you mind sharing the night?)
(Would you mind) sharing the night together (would you mind sharing the night?)
(Would you mind) sharing the night together


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Sharing the Night Together Lyrics as written by Edward H. Ii Struzick Averal A. Aldridge

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    Err.. why did the person that submitted these songs bold the title in all of the lyrics?

    Teehee.. This song is about.. sex xD

    stagnateon September 20, 2008   Link
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    This song to me is about two lonely people, both needing a little human contact, coming together in a chance encounter and uh boning.... quite beautiful.....really.....brings a tear to the eye.

    fantom1971on November 21, 2009   Link
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    I heard this song 20 years ago on YTV and just discovered it recently, despite having a Dr. Hook Greatest Hits album (which this son sadly isn't included on).

    None the less, I am extremely grateful for experiencing the honest beauty of this song. It makes me feel like I can drift away on a vacation and fall in love

    River Wolfon September 25, 2015   Link

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