Paroles officielles de la chanson «Born To Be My Baby» : Bon Jovi

Chanson originale : Born To Be My Baby
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Paroles officielles de la chanson "Born To Be My Baby"

Rainy night and we worked all day
We both got jobs 'cause there’s bills to pay
We got something they can’t take away, our love, our lives
Close the door, leave the cold outside
I don’t need nothing when I’m by your side
We got something that’ll never die, our dreams, our pride
My heart beats like a drum
(All night)
Flesh to flesh, one to one
(And it’s alright)
And I’ll never let go 'cause there’s something I know deep inside
You were born to be my baby
And baby, I was made to be your man
We got something to believe in
Even if we don’t know where we stand
Only God would know the reasons
But I bet he must have had a plan
‘Cause you were born to be my baby
And baby, I was made to be your man
Light a candle, blow the world away
Table for two on a TV tray
It ain’t fancy, baby that’s okay, our time, our way
So hold me close better hang on tight
Buckle up baby, it’s a bumpy ride
Two kids hitching down the road of life, our world, our fight
If we stand side by side
(All night)
There’s a chance we’ll get by
(And it’s alright)
And I’ll know that you’ll believe in my heart till the day that I die
‘Cause you were born to be my baby
And baby, I was made to be your man
We got something to believe in
Even if we don’t know where we stand
Only God would know the reasons
But I bet he must have had a plan
‘Cause you were born to be my baby
And baby, I was made to be your man
My heart beats like a drum
(All night)
Flesh to flesh, one to one
(And it’s alright)
And I’ll never let go 'cause there’s something I know deep inside
‘Cause you were born to be my baby
And baby, I was made to be your man
We got something to believe in
Even if we don’t know where we stand
Only God would know the reasons
But I bet he must have had a plan
‘Cause you were born to be my baby
And baby, I was made to be your man
You were born to be my baby
And baby I was made
To be your man

 
 


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