"Love (All over the World)" as written by Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin....
Is it new, is it old
Is it something Sahara can hold
Is it you, is it me
Is it something Sahara can see
Jump in the middle of something you want it to be

Was it love at first sight
Did you have to think about it twice
What's the word, what's the deal
Was it love in an automobile
Jump in the middle of something you wanted to feel

We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world

Is it new, is it old
Is it something Sahara should know
Is it you, is it me
In the future Sahara will see
We'll jump in the middle of something we wanna believe

We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world (daddy's ok, things are so efficient)
We want love all over the world (kids are alright watching television)
We want love all over the world (mommas ok , her dress is really bitchin')
We want love all over the world (everything cool when she's in the kitchen)
We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world (daddy's ok, things are so efficient)
We want love all over the world (kids are alright watching television)
We want love all over the world (mommas ok , her dress is really bitchin')
We want love all over the world (everything cool when she's in the kitchen)
We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world
We want love all over the world


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"Love (All over the World)" as written by Adam Gregory Martin

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