"What's Not to Love" as written by Max Barnes and Trey Edwin Bruce....
That mirror's been lyin' to you
'Cause my eyes see the same girl I gave my heart to
Where you see time's erosion
I see beauty growin'
But you wonder if I'm still in love with you

What's not to love about perfection
Honesty and passion
You're the purest form of heaven on earth
What kind of man could lose a feelin' for
The nights we spent behind these doors
Livin' every man's dream without wakin' up
Yes I love you, what's not to love

You're hearin' these stories from friends
At first how love works, at last how it ends
But the thing that makes us different
Is this love's got you in it
And I'd fall for you all over again

What's not to love about perfection
Honesty and passion
You're the purest form of heaven on earth
What kind of man could lose a feelin' for
The nights we spent behind these doors
Livin' every man's dream without wakin' up
Yes I love you, what's not to love

What kind of man could lose a feelin' for
The nights we spent behind these door's
Livin' every man's dream without wakin' up
Yes, I love you, what's not to love


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