Heaven Must Have Sent You

by The Elgins

The Elgins were an American vocal group on the Motown label, active from the late 1950s to 1967. Their most successful record was "Heaven Must Have Sent You", written and produced by the Holland–Dozier–Holland team, which was a hit in the US in 1966, and in the UK when reissued in 1971.

Year: 1995



I've cried through many endless nights
Just holding my pillow tight
Then you came into my lonely days
With your tender and your sweet ways

Now I don't know where you come from, baby 
Don't know where you've been, my baby 
Heaven must have sent you
Into my arms 

Now in the mornin' when I awake 
There's a smile upon my face 
You've touched my heart with gladness 
Wiped away all my sadness 

So long I've needed love right near me 
A soft voice to cheer me 
Heaven must have sent you, honey 
Into my life, ooh

It's heaven in your arms
Boy, it's the sweetness of your charms
Makes me love you more each day
In your arms I wanna stay

Wanna thank you for the joy you brought me 
Thank you for the things you taught me 
Thank you for holding me close 
When I needed you the most 

Now I don't know much about you, baby 
But I know I can't live without you 
Heaven must have sent you 
To love only me, ooh 

It's heaven in your arms 
Boy, it's the sweetness of your charms 
Makes me love you more each day 
In your arms I wanna stay 

It's heaven in your arms 
It's the sweetness of your charms
It makes me love you more each day 
In your arms I wanna stay

It's heaven in your arms 
Boy, it's the sweetness of your charms 
Makes me love you more each day 
In your arms I wanna stay

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