"Houseboat" as written by Tracyanne Campbell, Kenneth John Mckeeve, John Henderson, Lindsay Boyd, Gavin James Mcgregor Dunbar and Lee Alexander Thomson....
Took a trip on a houseboat
It was fun, you and me
I know you're really in love with him
Are you up to your knees?

Oh I'm always in decline
Always changing my lines
Always changing my mind
To be a friend is fine

I won't go sinking this houseboat
It's so hard to believe
He made you smile so easy
So make a smile for me

Will I always be denied
I thought about it last night
Could we baby, honey try
To put it right this time?

Oh how I've wanted to change
Let you take me home, let you rearrange
To find opportunity you should give yourself to me
You should give yourself to me

Oh how I've wanted to change
Let you take me home, let you rearrange
To find opportunity you should give yourself to me
You should give yourself to me


Lyrics submitted by JamieLou007

"Houseboat" as written by John Henderson Gavin James Mcgregor Dunbar

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI love songs that give guys an idea of how women might feel about relationships. Iguess this song is very explicit about patience, dont rush, be open, dont expect results, and the hope for unconditional love
    hotelnubeon March 20, 2006   Link

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