Milsap, Ronnie - Are You Lovin' Me (Like I'm Lovin' You) Lyrics




Have you ever felt like every eye's on you
Well, that's the way I feel when you walk into a room
And have you ever felt like making love all day
Well, that's the way I feel when you're loving me this way.

And I wonder what it is to feel like you
To know someone worships every thing you do
Oh, and even though I know your love is true, yes I do
Sometimes I wonder if you're lovin' me like I'm lovin' you?

Have you ever loved so much it hurt inside
Well, that's the only way my love can be described
And have you ever known how cold this world can be?
Well, all I know is how cold it was until you came to me.

Oh, and I wonder what it is to feel like you
To know someone worships every thing you do
Oh, and even though I know your love is true, yes I do
Some times I wonder are you're lovin' me like I'm lovin' you?

Are you lovin' me like I'm lovin' you?
Are you lovin' me like I'm lovin' you?
Are you lovin' me like I'm lovin' you?
Oh, I wonder, are you lovin' me like I'm lovin' you?
Oh, I wonder?...





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Milsap, Ronnie Are You Lovin' Me (Like I'm Lovin' You) Comments
  1. Ruth Boykin

    Love this song, came to listen and share! Thanks for having it!

  2. Darlene Smith

    Takes me back

  3. Todd bob

    I remember when this came out in 91  I was like 10   lol

  4. Markus Allport

    Ronnie wishes he was this awesome. I wrote this tune 16 years before Ronnie recorded it. I have the tapes, and the recordings to back this shit up. I love Ronnie, and this is why I never perused this chance to grab cash from a man so deeply awesome. Good for you Ronnie, congrats, and fuck off to your producers. I wonder why so many think I'm a no body.....

  5. Kenneth Hemphill

    This song and Conway;s "Never seen the likes of you" are two great love songs.

  6. jscountrygirl85

    Another one of my favorites by Ronnie! What was pretty cool about early 1991 was that Ronnie, Conway Twitty, Don Williams, Glen Campbell, and other 70's/80's veteran artists were still getting a good amount of airplay along with Garth, Alan Jackson, Clint Black, Lorrie Morgan, and the other newer faces at the time. Unfortunately, that would change in the later part of the year with most radio stations completely shifting their focus on the newbies and the "new traditional" sound. Ronnie was actually one of the longest surviving veterans, though, as his last decent sized hit came around mid 1992 ("All Is Fair In Love And War").

  7. Matthew Swanson

    Very good song

  8. Loretta Hott

    I will never forget “My Bill”. He told me to move on with” My New SweetiePie” 💜❤️💙I will see you someday and will love you both both😍❤️💜💙❤️💜💙Always. God is so good. Thank you God for all you have given me.

  9. Loretta Hott

    So special to us. Always❤️💜💙💋💜💙💙💜❤️

  10. Loretta Hott

    So Special❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️For Us😘😘😘😘😘

    Loretta Hott

    This
    is My Special Friend an I “Special Song”. ❤️💜💙💜💙❤️💜💙

  11. Cor Lane

    Great !

  12. Solange Bernadeau

    winter time. it s cold. acup ofhot chocolate and this song so so good to warm someone up.

    Janice Key

    Love this song

  13. Edna Q

    Oh yes, bring back the OLD country songs!!!!!!☺😉

    countrygirl country musiclover

    Edna Q too bad this sounds more pop than country. And I am.a huge fan of Ronnie but this is pop. I am a huge fan of literally 95-97% of the country of today other than jokes not named florida Georgia line rascal flats Keith urban john party Dan and shay and Chris shitpelton. Those dudes are flat out PATHETIC but are more country than Ronnie. Ronnie had a lot of his stuff cross to pop radio. Today's country can't stand a chance at sounding or making it to pop radio

    Rose Miciotto

    Edna Q 100.oo

  14. Rene R. Sanchez Jr

    nothing like hearing Ronnie, and knowing its going to be a great song! Thanks for the post!

  15. Kelton King

    Ronnie would hit #3 with this on 5-11-91.

  16. S.O.A.P.

    As do I; however, it's worth noting that some artists, like Ronnie, do initially survive those changes in country music. (Ironically, it's sort of a swap of roles, since he changed the genre considerably with his country-pop sound in the late-'70s; a number of artists like Charlie Rich continued scoring hits, but no more in a few years.) Eddie Rabbitt and Dolly Parton were also affected. If genebagleyjr would've been right, George Strait would've been off top 40 country by the mid-2000s.

    countrygirl country musiclover

    S.O.A.P. BITCH THE COUNTRY GENRE COULD NEVER SOUND POP IN TODAY'S COUNTRY. RONNIE MILSAP IS TALENTED AS FUCK BUT HIS TIME ERA IS WHEN A LOT OF.THE ARTISTS HAD TONS OF POP CROSSOVERS. TODAY'S COUNTRY COULD NOT SURVIVE A SECOND ON POP RADIO NOR COULD TODAY'S COUNTRY COME CLOSE TO SOUNDING POP. I MAY NEED TO CLEAR SOMETHING UP. I AM ONLY 24 BUT I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT A LOT OF THE COUNTRY PEOPLE IN RONNIE AND CONWAY TWITTY TIME ERA HAD A LOT OF THEIR SONGS PLAYED ON BOTH POP AND COUNTRY RADIO. TODAY'S COUNTRY ARTISTS COULDN'T LAST A SINGLE SECOND ON POP RADIO. AND THE STUFF FROM CONWAY/RONNIE TIME ERA SOUNDS MORE POP THAN COUNTRY. SO ACTUALLY TODAY'S COUNTRY IS MORE COUNTRY AND MOST OF IT TODAY IS JUST AS TALENTED AS PEOPLE LIKE CONWAY RONNIE EDDIE RABBITT JOHNNY CASH AND KENNY ROGERS

  17. Jamie Simpson

    I love this song...another great one by ronnie milsap

  18. bobo johanson

    garth wishes he was this awsome

    Ben Dover

    Garth couldn't carry Ronnie's song book all day!

    countrygirl country musiclover

    bobo johanson HE IS THIS AWESOME DUMB SHIT. FUCK OFF JEALOUS BITCH

    countrygirl country musiclover

    Ben Dover YES HE ABSOLUTELY COULD

  19. Neil Mckay

    Screws na ? LOL

    D Vartakas

    Neil Mckay nishkindip

    Mark Webb

    Neil Mckay shake

  20. bobo johanson

    @ACcountryFan i agree

  21. S.O.A.P.

    @CharlieAndRonnie Almost said "Cheesy."

  22. S.O.A.P.

    @yellowrose011 He actually stated elsewhere that Garth and George Strait were the most overrated acts in country music history. In fact, they're the ones he takes shots at the most often, along w/ (for more reason than I can even state) Kenny Chesney.

  23. John Latshaw

    never could turn down a listen off Ronnie Milsap thanks for the share

  24. blinknurse19

    John Beardy from Cross Lake Manitoba Canada loves this song!!!! he stuck in the 80's!!!! lol!!!!

  25. Tony Ridlen

    Great song from Ronnie Milsap.

  26. yellowrose011

    @BloozeDaddy76 garth not that good

  27. ACcountryFan

    @genebagleyjr: actually it wasn't that Ronnie and the others "couldn't compete with the changing times". the fact was they weren't really given a chance to compete. Radio insiders decided on their own to stop playing certain singers. If radio doesn't play a song then the general public won't be aware of it's existence. If people aren't buying a single they don't know even exists it skews the outcome and makes Ronnie Milsap, for example, appear that he "can't compete".

  28. tracer28583

    It's the greats that started this biz lots of people like this new country some is ok but the rest is i won't go there more noise then music.I'm just saying what i feel

  29. S.O.A.P.

    I don't know if this debuted in the Top 10, but it did peak at #3 on Billboard. Released over a year after his then last hit, Stranger Things Have Happened, this song featured Vince Gill on acoustic guitar (look at the credits). An irony that it hasn't appeared on any compilation so far; it's probably bigger than In No Time At All. (That appeared on All American Country.) May you please post All Is Fair In Love And War? The only upload that got to date is a live performance, and one is confused!

  30. BloozeDaddy76

    Yeah, this was one of Ronnie's last great hits right when Garth came along and kicked all the great talents of Milsap's era off the charts forever.

    countrygirl country musiclover

    BloozeDaddy76 who gives a shit garth is just as EQUALLY talented as Ronnie milsap