"International Love Song" as written by and Joshua Moore Randall Goodgame....
Can I take your picture, put it in my billfold?
You'll never believe where I will take you
Can I have your headband, put it in my suitcase?
I'm always gone before I think to thank you
I'm a soul that wanders in the field between the Hyatt and the Leela
Empty as a tiffin in the afternoon

You know a perfect love (Maybe I'll stay here)
Is a world without hunger (Maybe I'll take you home)
You know a perfect love (Where do we go from here?)
Is a world without hunger

Freckles on your forehead, twinkle in your eye
You look just like my true love
Is she in your village, when can I meet her?
She's so indigenously dressed, you're so indigenously dressed
I'm a thumb that wanders through the pages of the National Geographic
Staring at my cell phone in an airport lounge

You know a perfect love (Maybe I'll stay here)
Is a world without hunger (Maybe I'll take you home)
You know a perfect love (Where do we go from here?)
Is a world without hunger

You know a perfect love is a world without hunger
I've never seen it, I've never heard of it before
But I keep on looking for a world without hunger
One, two, one, two three...
Cricket for baseball, polo for golf
Curry for ketchup and barbecue sauce
I'm lookin' to find a reason to shine, waitin' in rickshaws, standing in line
Or wandering through the field between the Hyatt and the Leela
Empty as a tiffin, I said as empty as a tiffin

You know a perfect love (Maybe I'll stay here)
Is a world without hunger (Maybe I'll take you home)
You know a perfect love (Where do we go from here?)
Is a world without hunger


Lyrics submitted by decembriel

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