"My Valentine" as written by and Miller....
Loving you, sadly, is a beautiful thing
Stars from your head hit the floor
Shock therapy loses it's sting, baby you want more
Sex in war time is sweeter than peace
Yeah, it's the one sweet thing about war
Wanting you is one of the million of these
Baby, get out on the dance floor
Get out on the dance floor

[Chorus]
Make up your mind, mind my valentine
You say you love me yet you treat me unkindly
Got to make up your mind, mind my valentine
Give me a signal, baby, show me a sign

Life during wartime is a beautiful song
Where does that highway lead
You will be glad, someday, you brought me along, babe
You will have a need
You will have a need

[Chorus:Repeat x2]

Operation overload without a doubt
My, my valentine would you please step out
We gotta smoke some grass, we gotta shake our asses
Right this instant, oh oh

Time passes
You got to live against it
Time passes
You got to live against it

[Chorus]

Give me a signal baby, show me a sign
Don't keep it secret baby, I'll show you mine


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"My Valentine" as written by Stewart Ransom Miller

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    General CommentThe chorus is really catchy, it's what hooked me.

    It's not "Wanting you is one of the million of these", it's "Wanting you is worth a million of these".

    It sort of reminds me of Grease 2 when they would go in the fall out shelters and try to seduce the girls.
    Konstantineon June 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe first line is "Love in the asylum is a beautiful thing."

    It's not "wanting you is worth a million of these", it's "one of you is worth a million of these."

    I hate to be the lyrics nazi, but I love this song.
    IndieQueen75on April 10, 2008   Link

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