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"Tarzan and Jane" is a song written by Steven Curtis Chapman. Chapman recorded the song as "We Belong Together (Tarzan and Jane)" for his 2003 album All About Love. Sawyer Brown released the song on their 2005 album, Mission Temple Fireworks Stand.

Mission Temple

LyricsEdit

Deep in the jungle up in the trees
Way back in college, in 19 and 83
Living on Pizza and too little sleep
Just me and my animal friends
(Ooka chaka, ooka chaka) Then in the distance I saw through the leaves
A creature of beauty like none I had ever seen
The trouble started when you smiled at me
And our two worlds came crashing together
And a true love story began

I am Tarzan you are Jane
I am the night and you are the day
We’re like sunshine and rain
We’re so different from each other
You are woman, I am man
You are the sea and I am the land
And I would not be who I am if I didn’t have you
If I didn’t have you

I know that some days we both wonder how
We ever got together
We’re still so different now
But I can’t imagine my life without you
‘Cause all those things that make us so different
Are just what makes us all that we are

I am Tarzan you are Jane
I am the night and you are the day
We’re like sunshine and rain
We’re so different from each other
You are woman, I am man
You are the sea and I am the land
And I would not be who I am if I didn’t have you
If I didn’t have you

I am Tarzan you are Jane
I am the night and you are the day
We’re like sunshine and rain
We’re so different from each other
You are woman, I am man
You are the sea and I am the land
And I would not be who I am if I didn’t have you
If I didn’t have you

If I didn’t have you
If I didn’t have you
If I didn’t have you

AlbumsEdit

"Tarzan and Jane" appears on one Sawyer Brown album:

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