Rod StewartYou're In My Heart

(rod stewart) I didn't know what day it was When you walked into the room I said hello unnoticed You said goodbye too soon Breezing through the clientele Spinning yarns that were so lyrical I really must confess right here The attraction was purely physical I took all those habits of yours That in the beginning were hard to accept Your fashion sense, beardsly prints I put down to experience The big bosomed lady with the dutch accent Who tried to change my point of view Her ad lib lines were well rehearsed But my heart cried out for you Chorus: You're in my heart, you're in my soul You'll be my breath should I grow old You are my lover, you're my best friend You're in my soul My love for you is immeasurable My respect for you immense You're ageless, timeless, lace and fineness You're beauty and elegance You're a rhapsody, a comedy You're a symphony and a play You're every love song ever written But honey what do you see in me [Chorus:] You're an essay in glamour Please pardon the grammar But you're every schoolboy's dream You're celtic, united, but baby I've decided You're the best team I've ever seen And there have been many affairs Many times I've thought to leave But I bite my lip and turn around 'cause you're the warmest thing I've ever found [Chorus:]
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