"In A Real Love" as written by Craig Michael Wiseman and Phil Vassar....
I was eighteen makin' minimum wage
With a letterman jacket and a Chevrolet
I thought I was cool, man I ruled the school
You were cum laude with the strawberry lips
You had the whole world danglin' at your fingertips
Your senior year and I was Daddy's worst fear
We ran off on graduation night
Thought a copule of left hand rings would make everything right

With a little bit of love, little bit a learn
Little bit of watchin' a few more candles burn
Findin' out what life was
A little bit of fuss, a little bit of fight
Little bit of kiss and makin' up all night
And all day wakin' up in a real love

Twenty two workin' double overtime
I was spendin' dollars and makin' dimes
We were overdrawn and barely hangin' on
Then one night you came to me
With tears in your eyes and an E P T
And said guess what, baby ready or not
I just smiled but I was scared to death
How am I gonna have a kid when I'm still a kid myself

With a little bit of love, little bit a learn
Little bit of watchin' a few more candles burn
Findin' out what life was
A little bit of fuss, a little bit of fight
Little bit of kiss and makin' up all night
And all day wakin' up in a real love

It all adds up to a real love


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"In a Real Love" as written by Craig Wiseman Phil Vassar

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