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I Want to Spend My Lifetime Loving You

by Elizabeth


This is a duet (Which frightened me to find out it was a father and daughter duet) and it was from the Mask Of Zorro Movie. I really like this song. It's so poetic. Enjoy. And if you have MSN or anything I might be able to send it to you.

Moon so bright, night so fine,
Keep your heart here with mine
Life's a dream we are dreaming
Race the moon, catch the wind,
Ride the night to the end,
Seize the day, stand up for the light
I want to spend my lifetime loving you
If that is all in life I ever do
Heroes rise, heroes fall,
Rise again, win it all,
In your heart, can't you feel the glory?
Through our joy, through our pain,
We can move worlds again
Take my hand, dance with me
I want to spend my lifetime loving you
If that is all in life I ever do
I will want nothing else to see me through
If I can spend my lifetime loving you
Though we know we will never come again
Where there is love, life begins
Over and over again
Save the night, save the day,
Save the love, come what may,
Love is worth everything we pay
I want to spend my lifetime loving you
If that is all in life I ever do
I want to spend my lifetime loving you
If that is all in life I ever do
I will want nothing else to see me through
If I can spend my lifetime loving you.


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Tue Feb 14, 2006 10:20 pm
Elizabeth says...



Oh My gosh! I posted this like a year ago! hAHAH :)
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Tue Feb 14, 2006 9:29 pm
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lol i regonize the song you gave it too me and whole lot of others, jeeze i must be bored if i'm looking for good my own song, but finding this in the process lol :D.




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Mon Mar 07, 2005 9:50 pm
Chevy says...



Very beautiful, but once again....
(see the evanescence song)





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