Nara

Album: This Is All Yours (2014)
  • Soon
    I'm gonna marry a man like no other
    Light the fuse, hallelujah, hallelujah

    Love, love is the warmest color
    Petrol blues, hallelujah, hallelujah
    Comes, saut dans le vide, my lover
    In my youth the greatest tide washed up my prize

    You.

    Follow, let him go, let him lead me be
    Love is a pharaoh, and in front of me
    I thought let him be where he want to be
    Love is a pharaoh and he's boning me

    I've discovered a man like no other man
    I've discovered a man like no other man
    I've discovered a man like no other man
    I've found a love to love like no other can

    Ah ooh
    Ah ooh
    I've found a love to love like no other can

    He's found me, my Aslan

    Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
    Marry a man like no other

    Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
    Love is the warmest color

    Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
    Unpin your butterflies, Russia

    Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
    To be a deer in Nara

    Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama
    Hallelujah, Bovay, Alabama Writer/s: AUGUSTUS UNGER HAMILTON, JOE NEWMAN, THOMAS GREEN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Oliwia from PolandThere is also a refference to movie ‚ Blue is the warmest color’ describing lesbian relationship. In song ‚ Love is the warmest color’ line appear.
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