"Love to Burn" as written by Mary Ann Kennedy, Bill Mc Dermott and Rich Wayland....
Billy is a shade-tree mechanic
He'd never think to charge his friends
What he don't know about a car or truck
You could put on the head of a pin

Ruby is his one and only
They've been married since she turned 18
Bein' Billy's wife and the mother of his kids
Is all she's ever wanted to be

Love to burn...more than enough
To set their world on fire and make it turn
No matter how they try they'll never use it up
They've got love to burn

Billy bought an old airstream trailer
Hitched it to their pick-up truck
An' said "Come on Ruby let's go somewhere
Now that the kids have grown up"

No we don't need a whole lotta money
But if there's one thing that we've learned
Gonna take all the time we've got left together
We've got love to burn

Now, we don't need a whole lotta money
But if there's ont thing that we've learned
Gonna take all the time we've got left together
We've got love to burn


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"Love to Burn" as written by Bill Mcdermott Mary Ann Kennedy

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