Baby, when I think about you
I think about love
Darlin', gonna live without you
And your love
If I had those golden dreams of my yesterday
I would wrap you
In the heavens
And feel it dying dying dying all the way

Well I feel like makin'

Feel like makin' love
Feel like makin' love
Feel like makin' love
I feel like makin' love to you

Baby, if I think about you
I think about love and
Darlin', if I had to live without you
I live without love
And if I had the sun and moon
And they were shinin'
I would give you both night and day
Love satisfying

Well I feel like makin'
Feel like makin' love
Feel like makin' love
Feel like makin' love
I feel like makin' love to you

And if I had those golden dreams of my yesterday
I would wrap you
In the heavens
Feel it dying dying dying all the way

Feel like makin'
Feel like makin' love
Feel like makin' love
Feel like makin' love
I feel like makin' love to you


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Feel Like Making Love Lyrics as written by Paul Bernard Rodgers Mick Ralphs

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    great cover...korn-esque break down towards the end is classic

    jcaseyon May 28, 2002   Link
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    Who writted the original song??

    +-+A.F.I+-+on October 19, 2005   Link
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    Bad Company did the original

    NewNrthnHorizonon April 08, 2006   Link

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