"Shot Full of Love" as written by and Bob Mcdill....
Once I had a heart cold as ice
And love to me was only for fun
And I made a mark for each broken heart
Like nuches on the but of a gun

Once I had a track on my sleeve
And a reputation all over town
I was heartless and cold and wherever I go
I shut down every young girl I found

And I used to be a moonlight-bandit
I used to be heartbreaker-kid
But then I met you and the next thing I knew that I was
Oh, shut full of love

Who thought that someone like you
Would take a desperado like me
But all here I am, I'm week as a lamb
With my bleading heart there at your feet

And I used to be a moonlight-bandit
I used to be heartbreaker-kid
But then I met you and the next thing I knew that I was
Oh, shut full of love

And I used to be a moonlight-bandit
I used to be heartbreaker-kid
But then I met you and the next thing I knew that I was
Oh, shut full of love
Shut full of love


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"Shot Full of Love" as written by Bob Mcdill

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