Spirit move me every time I'm near you
Whirling like a cyclone in my mind
Sweet Melissa, angel of my lifetime
Answer to all answers I can find

Baby, I love you, come, come
Come into my arms
Let me know the wonder of all of you

And, baby, I want you, now, now
Now and hold on fast
Could this be the magic at last?

Lady take me
High upon a hillside
High up where the stallion meets the sun
I could love you
Build my world around you
Never leave you 'til my life is done

Baby I love you come, come
Come into my arms
Let me know the wonder of all of you
And baby I want you
Now, now, oh now, oh now and hold on fast
Could this be the magic at last?
Could it be magic?
Come, come on, come on
Come oh come into my arms
Oh, let me know the wonder of all of you, all of you
Baby I want you
Now, now, oh now, oh now and hold on fast
Could this be the magic at last?
Could it be magic?
Oh come on, come on, come, oh come, oh come into my arms
Oh let me know the wonder of all of you
Baby I want you
Now, now, oh now, oh now and hold on fast
Could this be the magic at last?
Could it be magic?
Oh come on, come on, come, oh come into my arms
Oh, let me know the wonder of all of you, all of you
Baby I want you
Now, now, oh now, now, oh now and hold on fast
Oh could this be the magic?
(Could it be magic?)

(Baby I want you)

(Could it be magic?)


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