"Love's a Mystery (I Don't Understand)" as written by Rick Marc Anderson, Michael David Cotten, John Waldo Waybill, Prairie Prince, William Edmond Spooner, Roger A. Steen, Vince Welnick and Todd Harry Rundgren....
Real, almost real
I could feel the life flow into my veins
Done, now it's done
I have fallen for the final time I can't get up again

Love's a mystery, I don't understand
Love's supposed to make you glad
Tell me why I feel so bad
Love's a mystery, I don't understand
I won't see you anymore
And if that's what love is for
Then I don't understand

Free, now you're free
You don't need me and you don't want what I give
Baby, here is my heart
Please, help me please
'Cause if life is made for hearts in love then how am I to live

Love's a mystery, I don't understand
It's so hard to be alone
When the one you love is gone
Love's a mystery, I don't understand
You won't stay another day
And if that's all you can say
Then I don't understand

Love's a mystery, I don't understand
I won't see you anymore
And if that's what love is for
Then I don't understand


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"Love's a Mystery (I Don't Understand)" as written by William Edmond Spooner Todd Rundgren

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    Song MeaningWell, since this song appears on Remote Control, which, is satire dedicated to wonderful Television (as was the band at inception), I have to believe that it's flowing from the heart of a TV junkie who's losing his beloved. Losing either a series, or the TV itself.

    I don't have much to go on here, aside from the dong being on that album, and snippet of text: "I won't see you any more..."

    Who's with me?
    stevewfon June 06, 2016   Link

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