Can't Get Enough

Album: Bad Company (1974)
Charted: 15 5
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  • Well I take whatever I want
    And baby I want you
    You give me something I need
    Now tell me I got something for you
    Come on come on come on and do it
    Come on and do what you do

    I can't get enough of your love
    I can't get enough of your love
    I can't get enough of your love

    Well it's late and I want love
    Love that's gonna break me in two
    Don't hang me up in your doorway
    Don't hang me up like you do
    Come on come on come on and do it
    Come on and do what you do

    I can't get enough of your love
    I can't get enough of your love
    I can't get enough of your love Writer/s: MICK RALPHS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Wixen Music Publishing
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