"Somebody Wrote Love" as written by and Peter John/becker Sallis....
On a postcard by a glass of wine
In a small cafe just outside of Paris
By a rope swing danglin' in the breeze
Carved in the bark of a dogwood tree in Kansas
Someone took a chance
Someone let it show
Someone had to get it out and let somebody know

Somebody wrote love in a permanent way
Somebody wrote love and the world was changed
Just a simple word but it can do so much
In a space where nothing was
Somebody wrote love
Somebody wrote love

With a red crayon on a notebook sheet
Spelled out with a backwards E in first grade
On a overpass out side of town
A heart's spray painted around two names
Someone took a chance
Someone let it show
Since I met you girl I want the world to know

Somebody wrote love in a permanent way
Somebody wrote love and the world was changed
Just a simple word but it can do so much,
In a space, where nothing was
Somebody wrote love

In the way that you love me
In the things that you do
When you first took hold of me baby that's when I knew

Somebody wrote love in a permanent way
Somebody wrote love and my world was changed
Just a simple word but it can do so much
In a space where nothing was

Somebody wrote love
Somebody wrote love


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