I’ve got more love than any one could ever handle
I’ve got more happiness too
I’ve got more love than any one could ever with for
And baby its all cuz of you!

I don’t want money
I dont need to follow
Got enough money and well make it last
So five me some lovin
That’s what I want it
Girl you had it comin
And baby you got it good

I never had it so well
Never had it so well
I never had it so well

I can feel it comin
Days are gettin longer
Pops are gettin closer
And loves gettin stronger
So listen up people
Love is gonna getcha
Tidal waves coming
Down on the summer of love!

I never had it so well
Never had it so well
I never had it so well

Emerald City Emerald City
Emerald City Emerald City
Emerald City Emerald City
Emerald City Emerald City

I never had it so well
Never had it so well
I never had it so well

Bell town! WE LOVE IT!
Capital hill! WE LOVE IT!
Queen Anne! WE LOVE IT!
We love it! We love it!

I can feel it comin
Days are gettin longer
Pops are gettin closer
And loves gettin stronger
So listen up people
Love is gonna getcha
Tidal waves coming
Down on the summer of love!

I’ve got more love than any one could ever handle
I’ve got more happiness too
I’ve got more love than any one could ever with for
And baby its all cuz of you!

We love it! We love it !

WE LOVE IT!



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Emerald City song meanings
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    General CommentU.S.E. is originally a northwest USA (Portland/Seattle) band, and this song is clearly about Seattle in the summer. One of the downsides of Seattle is in the winter, it only gets like six hours of daylight - but in the summer, it's a major upside, as it gets like eighteen. It's hard to explain the vibe, everyone is all excited, soaking in the sun as fast as they can to make it through the next winter. Everything is unbeleivably green, hence the name 'Emarald City'.

    p.s. a couple of corrections: It's 'hearts are getting closer', not 'pops'. And it's 'give me some loving', not 'five me some loving', although I have to admit the other version is more amusing.

    This song has this one overly creative use of grammer that will stick in your head: 'I never had it so well.' Just wait. Ten years from now it'll still be popping up occasionally.

    I've left Seattle - I couldn't take the winters any more - and one of the things I will miss the most is U.S.E. - 'We Love It!'
    SMUSER26982on January 24, 2007   Link

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