"Love and Affection" as written by and Joan Anita Barbara Armatrading....
I am not in love but I'm open to persuasion
East or West where's the best
For romancing with a friend
I can smile but with a lover
I could hold my head back
I could really laugh really laugh
Thank you, you took me dancing
Across the floor cheek to cheek
But with a lover I could really move
Really move, I could really dance
Really dance, really dance, really dance
I could really move
Really move, really move, really rnove
Now I can feel the sun
In my eyes and the rain on my face
Why can't I feel love
I can really love,
Really love, really love, really love, really love
Love love love love
Love love love love
Now I got all the friends that I want
I may need more but I shall just stick
To those that I have got
With friends I still feel
So insecure
Little darling I believe you could
Help me a lot, just take my hand
And lead me where you will
No conversation
No wave goodnight
Just make love with affection
Sing me another love song
But this time
With a little dedication
Sing it, sing it
You know that's what I like
Once more with feeling
Give me love
Give me love
Love...


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"Love and Affection" as written by Joan Anita Barbara Armatrading

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