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    "A Man and a Woman [From A Man and a Woman]" Lyrics

    Matt Monro

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    When hearts are passing in the night, in the lonely night
    Then they must hold each other tight, oh, so very tight
    And take a chance that in the light, in tomorrow's light
    They'll stay together, so much in love

    And in the silence of a mist, of a morning mist
    When lips are waiting to be kissed, longing to be kissed
    Where is the reason to resist and deny a kiss
    That holds a promise of happiness?

    Though yesterday still surrounds you with a warm and
    precious memory
    Maybe for tomorrow we can build a new dream for you and me

    This glow we feel is something rare, something really rare
    So come and say you want to share, want to really share
    The beauty waiting for us there, calling for us there
    That only loving can give the heart

    When life is passing in the night, in the rushing night
    A man, a woman in the night, in the lonely night
    Must take a chance that in the light, in tomorrow's light
    They'll be together, so much in love
    Together, so much in love

    So tell me

    You're not afraid to take a chance, really take a chance
    Let your heart begin to dance, let it sing and dance
    To the music of a glance, of a fleeting glance
    To the music of romance, of a new romance
    Take a chance
    This song was submitted on October 18th, 2016.
    Thanks to Snap for the contribution to this song.
    Copyright with Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group.
    Written by Francis Albert Lai, Pierre Elie Barouh, Jerry Paul Keller.
    Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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