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  1. Malarr says:
    May 11,  · If I Had You Lyrics: So I got my boots on, got the right amount of leather / And I'm doin' me up with a black color liner / And I'm working my strut, but I know it don't matter / All we need in this.
  2. Mazulkis says:
    If I Had You Lyrics: I could show the world how to smile / I could be glad all of the while / I could change the grey skies to blues / If I had you / I could leave the old days behind / Leave all my.
  3. Mooguzil says:
    If I had you [instrumental-first two verses] I could climb a snow-capped mountain Sail the mighty ocean wide I could cross the burnin' desert If I had you by my side I could be a king uncrowned Humble or poor, rich or renowned There is nothin' I couldn't do If I had you Baby, if I had you.
  4. Vole says:
    "If I Had You" is a song by American recording artist and American Idol season eight runner-up Adam Lambert. The song was written by Max Martin, Shellback, and Savan Kotecha and produced by Martin, Shellback and Kristian Lundin for Lambert's debut album, For Your Entertainment (). It was released as the third and final international single from the album on May 11, Genre: Electronic rock, dance-pop.
  5. Shakagis says:
    Lyrics If I had you we'd run like gypsies in the wind We'd be lovers, we'd be friends, Oh, if I had you.
  6. Mekora says:
    Feb 19,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment If I Had You · Alabama Southern Star ℗ BMG Music Released on: Composer, Lyricist: Danny .
  7. Gorr says:
    We use had had in the past perfect when the main verb is also “have”: Last weekend I just wanted to relax because I had had a busy week. The director told me he had had a meeting with the president. We had had some trouble with our washing machine, so we called a repairman. She woke up screaming because she had had a bad dream.
  8. Gardalabar says:
    Correct: Had you asked me, I could have helped you. Incorrect: If you would have asked me, I could have helped you. The same mistake occurs with the verb “wish.” You can’t use the conditional perfect when wishing something had happened; you again need the past perfect.

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