Two Is Better Than One

Album: Love Drunk (2009)
Charted: 18
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  • I remember what you wore on our first date
    You came into my life
    And I thought hey
    You know this could be something
    'Cause everything you do and words you say
    You know that it all takes my breath away
    And now I'm left with nothing

    So maybe it's true, that I can't live without you
    Well maybe two is better than one
    There's so much time, to figure out the rest of my life
    And you've already got me coming undone
    And I'm thinking two, is better than one

    I remember every look upon your face,
    The way you roll your eyes, the way you taste
    You make it hard for breathing
    'Cause when I close my eyes and drift away
    I think of you and everything's okay
    I'm finally now believin'

    And maybe it's true, that I can't live without you
    Well maybe two is better than one
    There's so much time, to figure out the rest of my life
    And you've already got me coming undone
    And I'm thinking two, is better than one



    I remember what you wore on the first date
    You came into my life
    And I thought hey

    Maybe it's true, that I can't live without you
    Maybe two is better than one
    There's so much time, to figure out the rest of my life
    And you've already got me coming undone
    And I'm thinking

    Oooh I can't live without you
    'Cause baby two is better than one
    There's so much time, to figure out the rest of my life
    And I've figured out with all that's said and done
    Two, is better than one

    Two is better than one Writer/s: Taylor Swift, Martin Johnson
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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