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|Title||Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough|
|Artist||Patty Smyth duet with Don Henley|
|Album||Greatest Hits , Track 2 |
Patty Smyth , Track 4
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Now, I don't want to lose you, but I don't want to use you
just to have somebody by my side.
And I don't want to hate you,
I don't want to take you, but I don't want to be the one to cry.
And that don't really matter to anyone anymore.
But like a fool I keep losing my place
and I keep seeing you walk through that door.
But there's a danger in loving somebody too much,
and it's sad when you know it's your heart you can't trust.
There's a reason why people don't stay where they are.
Baby, sometimes, love just aint enough.
Now, I could never change you, I don't want to blame you.
Baby, you don't have to take the fall.
Yes, I may have hurt you, but I did not desert you.
Maybe I just want to have it all.
It makes a sound like thunder, it makes me feel like rain.
And like a fool who will never see the truth,
I keep thinking something's gonna change.
And there's no way home, when it's late at night and you're all alone.
Are there things that you wanted to say?
And do you feel me beside you in your bed,
there beside you, where I used to lay?
And there's a danger in loving somebody too much,
and it's sad when you know it's your heart they can't touch.
There's a reason why people don't stay who they are.
Baby, sometimes, love just ain't enough.
Baby, sometimes, love... it just ain't enough.
Oh, Oh, Oh, No.
submitted by music_2000
corrected by music_2000 on February 25th, 2011
|12-07-2011 18:58 f4No|
MASIHKAH ADA WAKTU
Y6 M3NUNtUnmU KemBALI
|01-09-2010 08:37 metmovies|
|yeah for music_2000...you're right !! this song makes my memory back to school..|
|20-09-2004 23:23 music_2000|
|the song is actually by Don Henley and Patti Smyth can they correct that?|