If I Don't Have You (Orleans)

Every day I spend with you goes by so fast, it seems like an hour. You can make my life complete, or tear it apart. You've got the power. But I can think of a thousand things I hope we get to do. But how can I make it through my life if I don't have you? Tears and laughter, rain and sun, make a rainbow, so they say. A tree can grow right through a rock looking for air, or the light of day. The wind can blow the clouds away, and leave a sky of blue. But how can I make it through my life if I don't have you? You're so deep inside me. You're a part of my core. And I'm not sure where I leave off, and you begin any more. But I like this intertwining, as if we were two vines. Mornings full of glory, Evenings sweet as wine. The wind can blow the clouds away, and leave a sky of blue. But how can I make it through my life if I don't have you, if I don't have you, if I don't have you?