Be There For Me Baby    (1982)

Ev'ry morning I go scratch for the almighty buck
I dream the American dream
But it don't seem to change my luck
Oh, it gets downright depressing
It wears the soul down to the bone
I don't think that I could make it
If I had to make it alone

So, be there for me, baby
Come sunup and sundown
When the winter winds whistle at the window
Together we can hold our ground
The secret to survivin'
Is dividin' the burden by two
So, be there for me, baby
And I'll be there for you

I know you expected more out of life than bills and a broom
But that's all you're getting' from the man
You were betting had hung up the moon
Oh but love's got compensation
And it's enough to get us through
It's too bad we're not in the money
Ah, but we got me and you

So, be there for me, baby
Come sunup and sundown
When the winter winds whistle at the window
Together we can hold our ground
The secret to survivin'
Is dividin' the burden by two
So, be there for me, baby
And I'll be there for you

So, be there for me, baby
And I'll be there for you

Lyrics by Tommy Rocco and Charlie Black.
Recorded by Johnny Lee.


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