"Love Song" as written by Charles Burchill, Derek Forbes, James Kerr, Michael Joseph Macneil and Brian Mcgee....
In coats of many colour
Reptile man drop
Stay below it [Repeat: x4]
Temperature drop

America's a boyfriend
Untouched by flesh of hand
Heartbeat under [Repeat: x4]
Some promised land

Love song [Repeat: x4]

On and on and

On and on and

Flesh of heart
Heart of steel
So well so well
I cut my hair
Paint my face
Break a finger
Tell a lie
So well so well

America's a boyfriend
Untouched by flesh of hand
Stay below it
Stay below
In glory days that come and go
Some promised land

Love song [Repeat: x4]

And on and on and
On and on and
On and on and

Stay below
Shout below
Flesh of heart
Heart of steel
Flesh of heart
Heart of steel
Flesh of heart
Heart of steel
Flesh of heart
Heart of steel
Love song
Love song
Love song
And love song

Stay below
Shout below
In glory days that come and go
Stay below
Shout below
In glory days that come and go

Love song
Love song
Love song
On and on and
On and on and
On and on and
And on and on and


Lyrics submitted by Nelly

"Love Song" as written by Jamahl Kahleel Hanna Acklins Dillon

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    General CommentWow, this song can have many interpretations. A lot of people think that success comes from going to America, but I don't think that's true. "stay below in glory days that come and go" might mean that you need to keep your head together with what is really drawing you to America. Whatever is taking you to America, be it a job or a project, make sure that you need it in your life. I first heard this song shortly after Heath Ledger died and for some reason I think about him and all the other people who have gone to America (or another big country) in search of success and fell apart once inside. (Heath being reptile man- from Australia, and painting his face for the movie.)
    brokentelephone78on September 05, 2009   Link

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