No Money No Love

  • Born in this world and
    I send this no money no love no money no love
    In case you wanna hear it again
    It's no money no love no money no love

    I'm sure you love me now
    What's the world is my favor
    Watch me while I disappear
    No money no love

    I get my heart scarred
    From all my sins
    Was my payback to never feel all again
    Do you see the scars bruising my skin
    Oh I wish I could erase them and start all over again
    Maybe I should get down on my knees and I'll still be forgiven
    For what I've done

    Born in this world
    I say it's No Money No Love
    No Money No Love
    Yeah yeah yeah
    In case you will no hear it again
    It's No Money No Love
    No Money No Love
    Yeah yeah yeah

    It's sure you love me now as the world is in my favor
    Watch me while I disappear
    No Money No Love

    Vodoo I call when the world is closing in
    Is it too late for me to be death
    I give my last to be loved again
    I cross my arms and clap for night
    Can you say this dealer, have some mercy

    Maybe I should get down on my knees and I'll still be forgiven
    For what I've done

    Born in this world
    I say it's No Money No Love
    No Money No Love
    Yeah yeah yeah
    In case you will no hear it again
    It's No Money No Love
    No Money No Love
    Yeah yeah yeah

    It's sure you love me now as the world is in my favor
    Watch me while I disappear
    No Money No Love

    No Money No Love Writer/s: PIERRE DAVID GUETTA, ESTHER DEAN, SJOERD JANSSEN, WOUTER JANSSEN, TERIUS THE DREAM NASH, NICK ROTTEVEEL, GIORGIO TUINFORT, Ester Dean, Marcus van Wattum, David Guetta, Terius Nash
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Royalty Network
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