Words and music by Christopher Kent

It was a long, lonely summer, I was feeling depressed
Tried to count my blessings, but I didn’t feel blessed
Got used to having someone by my side
Now I was crying over movies where true love died
Well they say it gets darkest right before the dawn
And just when I was thinking all hope was gone
I walked around the corner and there you stood
I could tell that I’d stumbled onto something good

Oh, You’re a
Love bringer
Sweet kisses that cut like a knife
You’re a Humdinger
A dead ringer
For the one I’ve been looking for all of my life

You know it’s hard to be sure a feeling will last
You think you’ve found something and it slips right past
It all comes down to how much is enough
Will you take it or leave it when the going gets tough?
Well there’s something strong between you and me
We find answers when they’re hard to see
Love is like a city, it never sleeps
It’s a high stakes game, but I’m playing for keeps


You ain’t perfect babe —  neither am I
But when you give me hell you look me right in the eye
Love ain’t easy, but we really do try
And when you tell me that you love me, I know it’s no lie


Copyright 1992 by Christopher Kent  All Rights Reserved