"I Love You" as written by Frank Gregorian, Thomas Schwarz, Matthias Meissner and Andrea Weiss....
It was a plastic age with plastic tears
A total addiction to the wonder years
I'm a believer was where its at
He's singing oh Lola lady lay lady lay
She's fixing a hole down on Blue Jay Way
American Pie on your Tupperware
He paints an Andy-Pandy Campbell's tins
Boys in the jungle on your TV screen
In tricky Dicky's love machine
We'll take an easy ride and have some fun
On Dylan's Highway 61
In California dreaming sun
That was when I loved you I loved you

They were the living years of stainless steel
Praying for a time in a fortune wheel
Smooth operator was where its at

So welcome all of you to the pleasure dome
Of taking the look from the homeless zone
With digital aids in your telephone

Another day in paradise is nice
From Ronnie's recession's nice advice
Cause U-B-40's ice is vice
So don't you let the sun go down on me
Cause I wanna break free from your M-T-V
To virtual reality

I loved you from the shadow of the past
I loved you
I never dreamed that it would last
I loved you
You gave me joy you gave me tears

I loved you
And took away the wonder years

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"I Love You" as written by Frank Gregorian Andrea Weiss

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