"Love Is Everything" as written by and Jane Siberry....
Maybe it was to learn how to love
Maybe it was to learn how to leave
Or maybe it was for the games we played
Maybe it was to learn how to choose
Maybe it was to learn how to lose
Or maybe it was for the love we made

Love was everything they said it would be
Love made sweet and sad the same
But love forgot to make me too blind to see
You're chickening out, aren't you?
You're bangin' on the beach like an old tin drum
I can't wait for you to make the whole kingdom come
So I'm leaving

Maybe it was to learn how to fight
Maybe it was to lessen our pride
Maybe it's just nature's way
Maybe it was to learn how to lie
Maybe it was to learn to cry
Maybe it was for the love we made

Love was everything they said that it would be
Love made sweet and sad the same
And love forgot to make me too blind to see
You're chickening out aren't you?
You're bangin' on the beach like an old tin drum
I can't wait for you to make the whole kingdom come
So I'm leaving

First I turns to you
Then I turn away
So you try to hurt me back
Oh, it breaks your body down
So you try to love bigger
Better still
But it, it's too late

So take a lesson from the strangeness you feel
And know you'll never be the same
And find it in your heart to kneel down and say
I gave my love, didn't I?
And I gave it big, sometimes
And I gave it in my own sweet time
I'm just leaving

I'm just leaving


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"Love Is Everything" as written by Jane Siberry

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