Everytime, we are together My time is yours forever My world, is all yours (all yours)I don't wanna end up in your rearview Wanna be someone you can turn to Baby i never wanna lose you No there's nothing i won't do So i'll watch you like a movie I'll sing you like a song Read you like a story; If it takes me all night long Keep you like a secret I'll tell you like a joke Its true, its true That i'll love you like i always do....(Hey, hey, hey...)Baby i'll never leave no, i'll never leave you...(Hey, hey, hey...)Ohh, Oh, Ohh, Oh..
I will watch you like a movie I'll sing you like a song Read you like a story; If it takes me all night long Keep you like a secret I'll tell you like a joke Its true, its true That i'll love you like i always do! Said im gonna love you yahyea ohh I'm gonna love you! ohh ohh, yeahh Ima love you like i always doyeh yehh I'm gonna love you, Love you like i always do.
(CBS News) Drew Carey is a television performer of many talents, and an urge to revisit the origins of his success. " When you visit the set of "The Price Is Right," you quickly realize why host Drew Carey calls this one of the happiest places on Earth. I have to be me, like it or lump it." Carey may now be known as a genial game show host, but his roots remain in the less-refined confines of standup comedy -- and his standup act could not be called "family friendly." "Part of it is an intimacy," Carey said. "I was plenty happy, believe me, but I am happier when I am doing standup, and I really don't care about the money. In 1998 Forbes ranked Drew Carey number 24 on its list of the highest-paid entertainers. It's amazing what a hundred-dollar bill does for you.
"It's great, it's the biggest blessing in the world," he told Tracy. "You want to talk like you do when you are with your friends having a beer. He only retired so he is still there living in the same town, checking out the new guy all the time with his hands in the pocket, just keeping an eye on him and everybody knows it. I care about the experience more than anything else. " It hasn't always been fun for the Cleveland native. He made .5 million that year, including 0,000 per episode for "The Drew Carey Show." "Yeah, TV pays crazy money," he said. If you see me and I give you less than 100 bucks, something went awfully wrong." Drew Carey seemed to have it all -- money, fame, family. But there was one big problem: His weight, which led to a breaking point.
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Its unexplainable Kind of and unattainable When the person you love aint enough.
So help its like a bad surgery and now its time to recharge.
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