"If I can make you cry, if I can fill your eyes with pleasure just by holding you in the early hours of the morning when the day that lies ahead's not quite begun. . . well, that's enough for me. That's all the hero I need be. I smile to think of you and me, you and I and how our pleasure makes you cry. If I can make you smile, if I can move you close to laughter with a word or two when your day's been filled with strangers, and the castles that you've built all tumbled down..Well, that's enough for me. And when the world has got me down and I've almost lost the will to try, I may look sad and I may frown but I still find comfort in your waiting. . . your hello...and your goodbye, and how our pleasure makes you cry. And when I wake to you and I pretend that I don't know how you've been watching me all the time that I lay sleeping by the loving look that lingers in your eye...well, that's enough for me." - Alice Cooper, "you and me"