"Interlude (That's Love)" as written by and Ludwig Emil Tomas Goransson Chancelor Bennett....
Yeah yeah yeah yeah

What's better than tripping is falling in love
What's better than Letterman, Leno, Fallon, and all the above
What's better than popping bottles trying to ball in the club
Is the first caveman pops with his son, ball and a club
What's better than paper is balling it up
What's better than followers is actually falling in love
What's better than frolicking, follies, fallin' in mud
Rolling in green pastures, wandering following love
What's better than eating is feeding your fam
What's better than meetings is missing meetings to meet with your fam
What's better than leaning and needing your Xan
Is hitting your zan dreaming a dream could mean leaving the land
What's better than yelling is hollering love
What's better than rhymes, nickles, dimes, dollars, and dubs
Is dialing up your darling just for calling her up
There ain't nothing better than falling in love

I’ve seen it come back, back, back and forth
You hit the nail right on top of the head
I know you seen it all before
But when it looked you in the eyes it ain’t
nothing you could say but that’s love
That's love
That's love ooh
That's love
Say that's love
That's love, that's love, that's love that's love
I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you
I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you
That’s love
That’s love, that’s love
Say that’s love, that's love, that's love
That's love, that's love that's love


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"That's Love (Interlude)" as written by Ludwig Emil Tomas Goransson Chancelor Bennett

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