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Point Of No Return Lyrics By Exposé Songs Album: Exposure Year: 1987 Common love, seems just like a dream It's no mystery to me Fill me within when we're

Exposé - Point Of No Return
Exposé - Point Of No Return


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Album: Exposure
Released: 1987

Point Of No Return Lyrics


Common love, seems just like a dream
It's no mystery to me
Fill me within when we're together
Oh baby can't you see
I'd like to feel the passion
To the Point Of No Return
I will be in full reaction
I want to take you in my arms
You're taking me to the point of no return
(Uh uh)
You're taking me to the point of no return
It's so long, life of denial
The love you give to me
And when you smile
It warms my heart and me
Oh baby can't you see
I like to feel the passion to the point of no return
Oh baby, I will be in full reaction
I want to take you in my arms
You're taking me to the point of no return
You're taking me to the point of no return

I want to be with you baby
I want to be by your side
I want to be with you baby
I want to love you every evening

You're taking me to the point of no return
You're taking me to the point of no return
You're taking me to the point of no return
You're taking me to the point of no return
You're taking me to the point of no return

Writer/s: MARTINEE, LEWIS A
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
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Point Of No Return
  • In 1984, Miami-based producer/songwriter Lewis A. Martinee formed an all-female pop-dance trio called Exposé. He hired Aléjandra Lorenzo, Sandra Casanas, and Laurie Miller to be in the group. In 1985, three women recorded this song (with Lorenzo singing lead) which became a club-dance hit. The next year, they released another dance single entitled "Exposed to Love" (also with Lorenzo on lead), and then attracted attention of Arista Records. Just before the group began work on an album for Arista, Martineé replaced all three members with Jeanette Jurado, Gioia Bruno, and Ann Curless. Shortly after the release of their debut album Exposure and a new single in early 1987, the new lineup of Exposé recorded and released a version of this with Jurado on lead; it was the second version of "Point of No Return" that became a national hit, reaching US #5.
  • While the first few thousand copies of Exposure contained the original version of this song, the rest had the version recorded by the new lineup of Expose.

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