"Sing About Love" as written by Judith Abbott, Neil Ferguson, Louise Watts and Allan Whalley....
I don't want to sing about anger and hate
I don't want to sing about fear and defeat
I don't want to sing about the things I always sing about
I wish I could sing about love

I don't want to sing about war and greed
I don't want to sing about those we can't feed
I don't want to sing about the things I always sing about
I wish I could sing about love

I don't want to sing about suffering and pain
I don't want to sing for another campaign
I don't want to sing about the things I always sing about
I wish I could sing about love

I don't want to sing about rights and wrongs
I don't want to sing all the same old songs
But I'll sing them, and sing them 'till there's no need to sing them
And then I can sing about love


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"Sing About Love" as written by Judith Abbott Allan Whalley

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