Love Is Back

Album: Not Your Muse (2020)
  • Love is back
    Love is back
    Love is back
    Love is back
    For a moment, there it goes
    Turn around, next thing you know
    Love is back

    Oh, my God, I feel so bored
    I'm startin' to realize that all the boys that I find
    Are all trouble, I told my mother
    She said, "Girl, get your glass full"
    So I did and I saw

    You
    I saw you gleamin' across the scene, across the room
    It's all in you
    I need the meanin' when I see it all in you

    Love is back
    Love is back
    Love is back
    Love is back
    For a moment, there it goes
    Turn around, next thing you know
    Love is back

    Hallelujah, it's nice to know you
    It's so peculiar how you've come and changed my mind
    I'll forever stop, hope it doesn't hurt
    What's your preference? 'Cause I know mine

    And it's you
    Foolish of me to say these things, but I want you
    I know it's all in you
    Don't need a reason when I see it all in you

    Love is back
    Love is back
    Love is back
    Love is back
    For a moment, there it goes
    Turn around, next thing you know
    Love is back

    Might be foolish or out my mind
    Must've said it a thousand times
    Can't be lyin' if I see the truth
    I know who and I look at you
    Might be too young to realize
    If there's a mountain, I should've climbed it
    Love

    Love is back
    Love is back
    One thing I know, I know love is back
    And I know that love is back
    Love is back
    Love is back, mm
    Love is back, oh, yeah
    Love is back
    Love is back Writer/s: Celeste Epiphany, Ettie Hartman, Jamie Hartman
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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