1 L'Amoureuse (I Want You To Feel My Body) (Radio Lovermix) 3:51 2 L'Amoureuse (I Want You To Feel My Body) (Radio Noisemix) 4:07 3 L'Amoureuse (I Want You To Feel My Body) (Techno Lovermix) 7:42. Presents Eugeny -. Airplay. L'Amoureuse (I Want You Records, To Feel My Body) (12", Carrere. Category Country Year 9031-73583-0 France 1991. Related Music albums to L'Amoureuse (I Want You To Feel My Body) by Frankies Beathouse. Bell-Bar - What Do You Think ?
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Because of you I was able to find hope, you were my light at the end of the tunnel. You are and always will be my ray of sunshine my sunny Sunday. Baby girl there is so much I want for you, so many wishes, hopes and dreams. Sports ensemble: Ferne strutted her stuff to the car in blue trainers as she put daughter Sunday's pram in the boot.
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Lyrics to "I Want To Feel I'm Wanted" song by Maze: If I don't answer when you call my name Don't you get mad If my kisses don't feel the same Baby don'. If I don't answer when you call my name Don't you get mad If my kisses don't feel the same Baby don't feel bad I go on everyday thinkin' bout you Religiously Oh and lately I've been so confused What's wrong with me. Oh I toss and I turn and I yearn and I yearn And I don't know what to do Oh I've tried being by myself Don't want anybody else but you all I know is I. Want to feel that I'm wanted baby I Need to feel that I'm needed
I'm a Fool to Want You" is a 1951 song composed by Frank Sinatra, Jack Wolf, and Joel Herron. Frank Sinatra co-wrote the lyrics and released the song as a Columbia Records single. The ballad is considered a pop and jazz standard. Frank Sinatra first recorded the song with the Ray Charles Singers on March 27, 1951, in an arrangement by Axel Stordahl in New York.