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Lyrics Yah Mo B There James Ingram with Michael McDonald

Song Lyrics For Yah Mo B There by James Ingram with Michael McDonald


Heavenly father watching us all
We take from each other and give nothing at all
Well it's a dog-gone shame
But never too late for change
So if your luck runs low
Just reach out and call his name, his name

[Chorus:]
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo b there (up and over)
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo b there (up and over)
Whenever you call

Never be lonely lost in the night
Just run from the darkness
Looking for the light
'cause it's a long hard road
That leads to a brighter day (hey)
Don't let your heart grow cold
Just reach out and call his name, his name

[Chorus]
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo b there (up and over)
Yah mo be there (up and over)
Yah mo b there (up and over)
Whenever you call

You can count on it brother
'cause we're all just finding our way
Travelling through time
People got to keep pushing on
No matter how many dreams slip away
Yah mo be there

Well it's a dog-gone shame
But never too late for change
So when your luck runs low
Just reach out and call his name, his name

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Song Fact:

The Tune Yah Mo B There by James Ingram with Michael McDonald hit number 19 on the U.S. pop charts in March of 1984.

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