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You do not need to leave your room. Remain sitting at your table and listen. Do not even listen, simply wait, be quite still and solitary. The world will freely offer itself to you to be unmasked, it has no choice, it will roll in ecstasy at your feet.
-- Franz Kafka

 Songs
As Long as I Have You


Listen to As Long as I Have You here.

Walking on West 4th Street
The early winter cold
is settling in my being
The city's not my home

See the people passing
Wonder what they do
Wonder if they have someone at home
Like I've got you
Like I've got you

Changing the tune
Changing the things I do, oh
You made me free
It's what your love has done for me
You know you always made me see
and help me feel like
now is the time to fly
and I can soar to the heights
in all the things I do

As long as I have you

Driving through the summer rain
I felt so lonely then
Had not a thing I to live for
Till I got you back again

Looking back now on all that's happened
All the joy and pain
I thank God for the loneliness
of that awful summer rain
that washed my eyes clean
and made me see again

Changing the movement here
Changing the things I'm doing here
You made me free
It's what your love has done for me
You know you always made me see
and help me feel like
now is the time to fly
and I can soar to the heights
in all the things I do

As long as I have you

And I do...
When I wake up in the morning
with a song on my mind
without a song in my heart,
I would be blind
You are the song
You are my life
and you make all the music right
Regardless of the winter cold
or the fears that may chill my soul
Let the world do what it wants to do
If the world should get me down
I can always count on you.


(c) 1978


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One Good Reason: Liner Notes
One Good Reason
First Love Storm
Smile A While
Hear Me
All My Good Times
What You Are
As Long as I Have You
I Love You
Honor & Cherish
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Yearning for Justice
Invitation



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