Michael Bolton topped the charts in the 1980s and early '90s with a seemingly endless supply of Blue-Eyed Soul ballads, including the hits "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" and "When a Man Loves A Woman." Those lush, soulful tunes have become as synonymous with the singer as his wild mane of hair, which he finally cut for the 2001 album, Love Songs.
Man arriving in the middle of the night Leaving with the morning sun Never try to hold me too tight I always got to be on the run Iíve had so many lovers And Iíve showed them my heart And Iíve showed them to the door But this is nothing like the others I ainít had nothing like this before
Chorus: Falliní Iím falliní Falliní Iím falliní Falliní Iím falliní Falliní for you Falliní falliní falliní falliní Falliní for you
I told myself many times before I thought it was against the rules Now here you come and turn my head around You got me feeling like a fool I donít know whatís come over me When Iím with you, I just canít say no This time you got me holding on And baby I donít wanna let go
I donít understand, itís just not like me To want someone and need someone I want to go free Itís all gone ahead I know what I said But that was before you I donít know what Iím gonna do
Falliní Iím falliní Falliní Iím falliní Falliní Iím falliní Falliní for you
Iím falliní So thatís the way itís gotta be Iím falliní You really got a hold of me Iím falliní falliní for you Donít know what Iím gonna do (bridge) Falliní falliní falliní falliní Falliní falliní falliní falliní Falliní falliní falliní for you (repeat bridge) Ooh yeah