"Love To Blame" as written by Dido Armstrong, Rollo Armstrong, John Alexander Harrison, Vera Bianca Bohl, Francesco Boscolo and Nicola Paccagnella....
Helen of Troy was the kind of girl
Who really had it all
Not a care in the world but her head was turned
And forever changed
She said one love is lost but another is found
So just take the keys and let's just go, birds fly south

Nothing ventured, nothing gained
It's all about love
So I'm not to blame, I'm not to blame

She said I've dotted my I's and I've crossed my T's
Had time for friends when they needed me
I try to make sense of senseless things
Try to live how I believe
And of course I leave things behind that I'll regret
But there's time enough for new things yet, for new things yet

When the dust covers the sun
And all you hope for is undone
Will you turn and say
Oh, nothing ventured, nothing gained
It was all for love so love is to blame
Love is to blame, love is to blame
Love is to blame, love is to blame
Love is to blame, love is to blame, love is to blame

When the dust covers the sun
And all you hope for is undone
Will you turn and say
Oh nothing ventured, nothing gained
It was all for love so love is to blame
Love is to blame

When the dust covers the sun
And all you hope for is undone
Will you turn and say
Oh, nothing ventured, nothing gained
It was all for love so love is to blame
Love is to blame
Love is to blame,
Love is to blame
Love is to blame,
Love is to blame
Love is to blame,
Love is to blame


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"Love to Blame" as written by Rollo Armstrong John Harrison

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    General CommentThe chorus immediately made me think of Gilbert O'Sullivan's "Nothing Rhymed". Perhaps it's a purely illusory connection.
    paedophageplaygroundon May 24, 2013   Link

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