"Borrowed Love" as written by Charles Christopher Duarte and John Royal Jordan....
Well, I sometimes sit and wondered
Often felt misplaced
Tried to figure out
Silly human race
How did we ever get by
How did we ever get by
Although we seem to get on through it
Though we seem there's nothin' to it
All these pack of lies

Well, we are a funny race
And though we never will admit
We're messin' up this world
Never clean up our mess
Ain't that a pity
What are we really made of
'Cause mother earth is gettin' mad
But she's really gettin' sad
'Cause we're on borrowed love

Borrowed love
Ain't even like the real thing
Borrowed love
Ain't even like the real thing
'Cause love is bright as the sun
And it flies like a dove
It's not like borrowed love

I used to know this guy
His head was always in a whirl
Never could commit
To just one nice girl
He had to have plenty
And it caught up to him
Because these girls they pulled the rug
'Cause they could see he was a dud
He was on borrowed love
Just like this

I don't have all the answers
For these problems we face
I never give up on
Silly human race
Because I love you
Honey, for all its worth
So always stick to the line
Stay on borrowed time
And love your mother earth

Borrowed love
Ain't even like the real thing
Borrowed love
Ain't even like the real thing
'Cause love is bright as the sun
And it flies like a dove
It's not like borrowed love

Borrowed love






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"Borrowed Love" as written by John Royal Jordan Charles Christopher Duarte

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