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Latest revision as of 09:39, November 7, 2018

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It Would Still Be Worth It

This song is by Connie Francis and appears on the compilation album Rocksides (1957-64) (1987).

If you promised that you'd call me
And I spent a thousand nights just waiting
It would still, still, still be worth it
Just to hear your voice when you'd call

If I ruled the world completely
But I had to be a slave to love you
It would still, still, still be worth it
It would still be worth it, my love

Unless, unless I'm holding you
What good can these arms be
What use, what use are these lips of mine
If you're not committed to me

If I had to die tomorrow
Just to share tonight with you
It would still, still, still be worth it
It would still be worth it, my love

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