"Love Wave" as written by Tina Weymouth, Christopher Frantz, Mark Roule and Bruce Martin....
I fought the beast and I broke his jaw
I cut out his heart and I ate it raw
I seen some people in misery
Makes all my questions seem like luxury

That's why I go to the out zone
There I can ride on a love wave

I climbed a mountain to the top
It was just a very big rock
After the up I have always found
You can count on coming down

That's why I go to the out zone
There I can ride on a love wave

I played guitar with a media star
The entire event took place in a bar
Where'd the kid go? Is he in a funk?
It's not your fault they filled your head with junk

That's why I go to the out zone
There I can ride on a love wave

I heard some church bells toll through the woods
I thought they'd done sellin' them goods
Me, my sins are at the laundromat
And when I'm clean I'm goin' back

That's why I go to the out zone
There I can ride on a love wave

That's why I go to the out zone
There I can ride on a love wave

That's why I go to the out zone
There I can ride on a love wave


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"Love Wave" as written by Christopher Frantz Bruce Martin

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