"Show Me Somethin'" as written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe....
There’s a notebook on the table
You can take it to the store
So you won’t forget the groceries anymore
There’s a rifle in the cabinet that I used to fight a war
But to this day, I don’t know what I wass fighting for
I’m fighting for

Will you show me love as we get older
And I’m falling at your feet
After thirty years of service and one to fit our need
Show me love as we grow colder
Let our love provide the heat
But our older bones are missing
But our heart’s will never meet

There’s a blanket on the sofa that I used to keep you warm
When I find you fast asleep at half past four
There’s a record we keep turning that reminds us of our youth
But there’s still nothing as beautiful as you

Will you show me love as we get older
And I’m falling at your feet
After thirty years of service and one to fit our need
Show me love as we grow colder
Let our love provide the heat
But our older bones are missing
But our heart’s will never meet

As we grow colder
Love provide the heat
Older bones are missing
Heart’s will never meet

Because your hand
Belongs in my hand
Belongs in your hand
Belongs with, with me

(Blanket on the sofa that I used to keep you warm
There’s a record we keep turning that I used to turn you on)

Will you show me love as we get older
And I’m falling at your feet
After thirty years of service and one to fit our need
Show me love as we grow colder
Let our love provide the heat
But our older bones are missing
But our heart’s will never meet


Lyrics submitted by Keykeykinszx3

"Show Me Love" as written by Robin Schulz Richard David Judge

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Downtown Music Publishing

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