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STANDIN' AT YOUR DOOR

Copyright 2011 Ė Robert E. Shandor

 

Why would I stand here at your door
If I didnít love you anymore
And why would I buy you gifts galore
If I didnít love you anymore

 

Why would I share all my concerns
If I didnít want you anymore
And why would I have this heart that yearns
If I didnít want you anymore

Iím crazy for your loviní ways
Those stormy nights and lazy days
Donít think that I could ever ask for more
But you play oh-so hard to get
You say Iíve not convinced you yet
So once again Iím standiní at your door

 

Why would I never flirt at all
If I didnít need you anymore
And why would I always be on call
If I didnít need you anymore

 

Why would I wait for you at malls
If I didnít love you anymore
And why would I clean your horsesí stalls
If I didnít love you anymore

 

Iím crazy for your loviní ways
Those stormy nights and lazy days
Donít think that I could ever ask for more
But you play oh-so hard to get
You say Iíve not convinced you yet
So once again Iím standiní at your door

 

Why would I relinquish the remote
If I didnít want you anymore
And why would I always float your boat
If I didnít want you anymore

 

Why would I take-on honey-do chores
If I didnít need you anymore
And why would I listen to your snores
If I didnít need you anymore

 

Iím crazy for your loviní ways
Those stormy nights and lazy days
Donít think that I could ever ask for more
But you play oh-so hard to get
You say Iíve not convinced you yet
So once again Iím standiní at your door

 

Iím crazy for your loviní ways
Those stormy nights and lazy days
Donít think that I could ever ask for more
But you play oh-so hard to get
You say Iíve not convinced you yet
So once again Iím standiní at your door