Babe, you been gone such a long time
I've been thinkin' 'bout what it is we've got
Not all the time in the world, but we got a lot
There is much, much more than a ghost of a chance
We can make it right this time
'Cause you've got to stay mine

Got the love
Got to make it work on you
Got the love
Just can't keep it hid

You might not think that I care at all, But I do
You know me so much better than anyone else
It should be easy to convince you that I got the love

Got the love
Got to make it work on you
Got the love
Just can't keep it hid

So come on girl, let's work it out
C'mon and take my hand
'Cause I got the love

Got the love
Got to make it work on you
Got the love
Just can't keep it hid


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Got the Love Lyrics as written by Robert Brodrick James Mcintosh Hamish Stuart

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing

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