"I Could Love You More" as written by Brad Goodsell, Daniel William Ledwell, Glen Andrew Nicholson and John Wd Mullane....
We're hung out to dry
We're hung out to dry and we notice the tide

We're out of control
We're out of control and we know there's a toll

And now we can tell
A friend from a foe in our war
But I don't know what you want from this world
I was, but you want (more) from me

And I could love you more, more
But I won't, won't
But I won't, won't

We fought a good fight
We fought a good fight before you showed your stripes

But under the gun
But under the gun with no reason to run

And now we can tell
A friend from a foe in our war
But I don't know what you want from this world
I was, but you want (more) from me

And I could love you more, more
But I won't, won't
But I won't, won't


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