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Teddy and Whitney

Artist: Whitney Houston & Teddy Pendergrass
Song: Hold Me
Album: Whitney Houston

(Teddy:)
I'll hold you and touch you
And make you my woman
I'll give you my love
With sweet surrender
Tonight, our hearts will beat as one
And I will hold you, touch you
And make you my woman tonight

(Whitney:)
There's something in your eyes I see
A pure and simple honesty

CHORUS
(Both:)
Hold me in your arms tonight
Fill my life with pleasure
Let's not waste this precious time
This moment's ours to treasure
Hold me in your arms tonight
We'll make it last forever
When the morning sun appears
We'll find our way together

(Whitney:)
I believe you when you
Say that you love me
Know that I won't
Take you for granted
Tonight, the magic has begun
So won't you hold me, touch me
And make me your woman tonight

(Teddy:)
There's something in your eyes I see
I won't betray your trust in me

REPEAT CHORUS

I'll hold you and touch you (hold me...touch me, baby)
And make you my woman tonight (make me your woman tonight)

Comments

  1. I totally forgot about this song. Thanks so much for sharing this. Teddy is looking fine as ever.

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