"I Lust You" as written by Bryan Hollon and Gruff Rhys....
You and I carry on strenuously;
Carrying the burden of publicity.
Straight to another inevitably,
Sell photos of the newborn for the highest fee.

And I love you...
Yes, I'll love you
If the price is right.

And I lust you...
Yes, I'll lust you
If the price is right.

You and I get along famously;
I need you and you need me.
Staring from the cover of a magazine,
Selling our souls for the highest fee.

And I kiss you...
Yes, I'll kiss you
If the price is right.

But I love you...
Yes, I'll love you
If the price is right.

And I love you...
(You and I get along famously)
Yes, I'll love you
If the price is right.

And I lust you...
(You and I get along famously)
Yes, I'll lust you
If the price is right.

And I kiss you...
(You and I get along famously)
Yes, I'll kiss you
If the price is right.

But I love you...
(You and I get along famously)
Yes, I'll love you
If the price is right



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"I Lust You" as written by Gruff Rhys Bryan Charles Hollon

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