"One Million Lovers" as written by and Kyle Straka Scott Montoya....
Found a cure for loneliness, I'm forever immune
Stuck in my walk and in my head and I hum her tune
Yep she got rhythm, it's like
Some things don't need words
You know you're living
When it all becomes a blur
Can't be explained and there ain't no reason to
Something strange just takes over you
One million lovers to choose from but none like her,
The only one for sure
One million lovers to choose from but none like her,
The only one for sure

Can't explain but it's almost hard to recognize myself
Slowly I've changed, turned into someone else
I find myself doing things I'd never do
Dreaming of her the whole day through
Can't explain, there is no need
There's no one else who's been inside of me
Can't be explained
And there ain't no reason to
Something strange just takes over you
One million lovers to choose from but none like her
The only one for sure
One million lovers to choose from but none like her
The only one for sure

Found a cure for loneliness, I'm forever immune
Stuck in my walk and in my head and I hum her tune
Yep she got rhythm, it's like
Some things don't need words
You know you're living
When it all becomes a blur
Can't be explained and there ain't no reason to
Something strange just takes over you
One million lovers to choose from but none like her,
The only one for sure
One million lovers to choose from but none like her,
The only one for sure

One million lovers to choose from but none like her,
The only one for sure
One million lovers to choose from but none like her,
The only
I know nothing stays the same
There's always change
But you and I will remain
I know
Nothing stays the same
There's always change
But you and I will remain
I know
Always
The same
But you and I will remain


Lyrics submitted by natcatwil, edited by ezraarze, sydbarrett

"One Million Lovers" as written by Brooks Nielsen Anthony Braun-perry

Lyrics © MEMORY LANE MUSIC GROUP

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    General CommentThis song is a semi-sarcastic take on the idea of "true love."

    At the beginning, the guy has "found a cure for loneliness..."

    But by the end of the song, his idea of reality is clashing with his fantasy.

    "There's always change, but you and I will remain."
    mattkonyon December 24, 2013   Link

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