And we can love

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How can anybody ever learn to live how far
By only taking interest
When I give my love like legal tender
It?s the best that I?ve got to give

Talking tongues
Slightly south of somebody?s smile
Good love
And if you love one another

To feel, to feel that we are making love
Hells bells baby
To feel, to feel that we are making love

I need you darling
To feel that I can love
I need you darling
I need you darling
But you can baby

How can anybody ever learn to mend a broken man
With some champagne
And freehand for my last remarks
Remember baby, it?s not me you think you?re missing
But I guess I always love the hallway kissing

And talking tongues
Slightly south of somebody?s smile
Good love
Whether to love one another

To feel, to feel that we are making love
Hells bells baby
To feel, to feel that we are making love

I need you darling
To feel that I can love
I need you darling
I need you darling
But you can baby

When I first saw your face
With a million more out of place
When I first saw your face
I forgave my love
Become with elation
What you say Marti
Become with elation

And I play the dirty game of bright life
But you couldn?t love enough

To feel, to feel that we are making love
Hells bells baby
To feel, to feel that we are making love

I need you darling
To feel that I can love
I need you darling
To feel that I can love
Hells bells baby
Hells bells baby
Hells bells baby
Hells bells baby

To feel, to feel that we are making love
Don?t gonna get her, don?t gonna get her
Don?t gonna get her, don?t gonna get her
I need you darling


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