I believe in miracles
Where you from
You sexy thing (sexy thing, you)
I believe in miracles
Since you came along
You sexy thing

Where did you come from, baby?
How did you know I needed you?
How did you know I needed you so badly?
How did you know I'd give my heart gladly?
Yesterday, I was one of the lonely people
Now you're lying close to me, making love to me

I believe in miracles
Where you from, you sexy thing (sexy thing, you)
I believe in miracles
Since you came along, you sexy thing

Where did you come from, angel?
How did you know I'd be the one?
Did you know you're everything I prayed for?
Did you know, every night and day for?
Every day, needing love and satisfaction
Now you're lying next to me, giving it to me

I believe in miracles
Where you from, you sexy thing (sexy thing, you)
I believe in miracles
Since you came along, you sexy thing

Oh, kiss me, you sexy thing
Touch me, baby, you sexy thing
I love the way you touch me, darling, you sexy thing
Oh, it's ecstasy, you sexy thing

Yesterday, I was one of the lonely people
Now you're lying close to me, giving it to me

I believe in miracles
Where you from, you sexy thing (sexy thing, you)
I believe in miracles
Since you came along, you sexy thing

Oh, touch me
Kiss me, darling
I love the way you hold me, baby
Oh, it's ecstasy

Oh, it's ecstasy (sexy thing, you sexy thing, you)
Kiss me, baby (sexy thing, you sexy thing, you)
I love the way you kiss me, darling (sexy thing, you sexy thing, you)
Oh, yeah (sexy thing, you sexy thing, you)
Love the way you hold me (sexy thing, you sexy thing, you)
Keep on lovin' me, darling (sexy thing, you sexy thing, you)
Keep on lovin' me, baby (sexy thing, you sexy thing, you)


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  • +3
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    he's excited-must be good

    captlafl69on May 09, 2011   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    Oh, such a feel-good song! I first heard it on the Full Monthy film. And as for the meaning, well it's pretty obvious- this man who was lonely not long ago, now has a sexy sex partner and cannot believe his luck.

    Catroaron August 25, 2007   Link
  • 0
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    I can't help but think of Boogie Nights...

    kmk_natashaon January 30, 2006   Link
  • 0
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    Really love this song. :) But what would it be like if he said "booty calls" instead of "miracles"? Lol.

    GaHeRiSon April 20, 2009   Link
  • 0
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    This sexy thing must have been real sexy, he sounds real excited. Of course, this song is cheesier than cheese - hahaha. Still, it reminds me of the Full Monty, that movie is fun.

    SilverScreen89on December 26, 2011   Link
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    Cheesy? Cheesy, you say? This song is the epitome of class for that time period in music. Considering the genre that was popular at the time, this was high class! And who doens't like a mug of hot chocolate...sizzle sizzle;) The funny part is that he says "I believe in miracles. Where you from" so apparently the song is not about a deep, long love affair. (Oops, perhaps I shouldn't have selected those words;) I love the song. It's a song you sing in the morning to the half asleep person lying beside you (who you love) when ya both awaken with stank breath and bad hair after a night of dancing and drinking:)

    HappyNewYear12on May 17, 2012   Link
  • 0
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    yes the music is different

    sermapandiankson September 07, 2013   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Chocolate is the symbol of love.

    sdz896542on January 14, 2016   Link
  • 0
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    As a kid I always thought he sang 'I believe in Milkos' (thinking it was some type of sweet or something). But my friend thought it was 'I believe in milkmen', which is a far cooler lyric.

    julieoceanon July 08, 2018   Link

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