You Give A Little Love

Album: Bugsy Malone Soundtrack (1976)
  • We could have been anything that we wanted to be
    And its not too late to change
    We'd be delighted to give it some thought
    Maybe you'll agree we really ought 2-3-4...

    We could have been anything that we wanted to be
    Yes, that decision was ours
    It's been decided
    We're weaker divided
    Let friendship double up our powers

    We could have been anything that we wanted to be
    And I'm not saying we should
    I'd be delighted
    A fact we take pride in
    Let friendship double up our powers

    You give a little love and it all comes back to you
    Da da da da da da da
    You know you're gonna be remembered for the things that you say and do
    Da da da da da da da
    You give a little love and it all comes back to you
    Da da da da da da da
    You know you're gonna be remembered for the things that you say and do
    Da da da da da da da

Comments: 1

  • Madison from Norway, MeWow! That's cool about GTA. I didn't see the commercial since I am not a sports fan. I love Bugsy Malone and I love the soundtrack as well. Paul has such a beautiful and soothing voice.
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