I Needed You

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  1. Chris Brown Lyrics. "I Needed You". Told that I'm supposed to fail, I wouldn't amount to much of nothin'. Yes I pray, there was days, I wondered if you really loved me. "But baby you feel pain." Mama would say when I felt like runnin' away. I couldn't take it.
  2. How I needed you (Puggy) D/F#: (thumb on the bass) Em: Bm: B7: x G D/F# Em B7 Safe from them all, those evil little C D/F# G Motherfuckers at my door (D/C/B/A).
  3. Emmylou Harris Lyrics. "If I Needed You". If I needed you. Would you come to me. Would you come to me. For to ease my pain. If you needed me. I would come to you. I would swim the seas.
  4. And you'll miss sunrise if you close your eyes And that would break my heart in two. If I needed you would you come to me? Would you come to me for to ease my pain? If you needed me I would come to you I would swim the seas for to ease your pain. Baby's with me now since I showed her how To lay her lilly hand in mine Who could ill agree she's a.
  5. When I needed you the most, I only had solitude for company. I expected more from you, and you let me down. When I needed you the most, I sank down into sadness. Could this be the time to change that version I have of myself and of others? There have been many times when we needed someone. Maybe because we were not feeling well, because we.
  6. Oct 27,  · And you'll miss sunrise If you close your eyes And that would break My heart in two If I needed you Would you come to me Would you come to me For to ease my pain If you needed .
  7. Sep 06,  · I needed you to stop me from making the wrong decisions. At 17, when the cold of the world had my back up against the wall. [Post-Chorus] I need, I needed you.
  8. According to Townes, “If I Needed You” came to me in a dream. I was living in Tennessee with Guy and Susanna Clark, and I was asleep, and I had a notepad by my mattress – I had a.
  9. "If I Needed You" is a song written by Townes Van Zandt and performed on his album The Late Great Townes Van Zandt. It was covered 9 years later by American country music artists Emmylou Harris and Don Williams as a duet, and was released in September as the first single from Harris' album Cimarron. The song reached #3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and #1 on the RPM .

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