"What's Wrong With Love Songs" as written by and Bobby Houck Radney Foster....
[Chorus]
It's the greatest feeling in the whole wide world
Just ask Smokey, Shakespeare, or Merle
When boy meets girl is what they've been talking about for so long
So what's wrong with love songs anyhow?

I've got cheatin' songs and drinkin' songs about bars down in Dallas
Politics, limericks, and Irish murder ballads
But too much of that bitterness makes a man's heart calloused
I ain't afraid to admit it
Life's so much better when love's right there in it

[Chorus]

I've got sing-a-longs and gospel songs and ones about Elvis
Hey rock and roll ain't nothin but a story that's worth telling
But love is so much bigger that the current thing that's selling
I don't mean to preach and shout it
But I'm sure going to stand up and sing about it

[Chorus]

I've been spending all my time trying to find the perfect song
Something that moves you just right and makes your want to sing along
But I'm stuck on finding a subject that this song is worthy of
And when I put my mind to it all I can think about is love

[Chorus]

It's the greatest feeling in the whole wide world
It's the greatest feeling in the whole wide world
It's the greatest feeling in the whole wide world


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"What's Wrong With Love Songs" as written by Radney Foster Bobby Houck

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