"Love Is the Law" as written by and John Squire....
We lived in a dogfish egg case You could barely call it home Sorry little lot no roof on top But the fish left us alone Try a little more said the girl next door It's time to roam Mad Lizzy Crumbs blind cobblers thumbs Were a sight to behold She was a rum old slapper and we always tried to get her pants off when she phoned Left her cap by the sink it's not what you think Oh take me home Now we know where we're going baby We can lay back and enjoy the ride Take in the sights and drown in our senses Love is the law so take me deep inside Strap-on Sally chased us down the alley We feared for our behinds Oasis was a shop with shoes so hot They were sure to blow your mind Running so fast I can taste the past Oh take me home Now we know where we're going baby We can lay back and enjoy the ride Take in the sights and drown in our senses Love is the law so take me deep inside These waters run deep it's clear my little one Blue velvet star sky not a sound The light in your eyes, the smile on your ruby lips Tells me my lost soul is found Now we know where we're going baby We can lay back and enjoy the ride Take in the sights and drown in our senses Love is the law so take me deep inside


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"Love Is the Law" as written by John Squire

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