Love Help Me

Album: Shades Of Deep Purple (1968)
  • Vibrant flashes in my mind
    Remind me of a foregone time
    The blackened faces, broken romance
    Blackened faces

    My broken heart has bled
    With memories of a love that's dead
    Sometimes happy then sad
    I need love, love help me

    Passing by the grounds of time
    Memories that are only mine
    Looking for love, a brand new love
    Looking for love

    Dreams that are hard to see
    Finding a new love for me
    Someday she must come along
    I need love, love help me

    I need love to come home
    Somewhere there must be one

    Hoping someday for good news
    Waiting for that girl to choose
    Only hoping, all I can do
    Only hoping

    One day she must come along
    A girl as pretty as a song
    A woman just meant for me
    I need love, love help me

    Vibrant flashes in my mind
    Remind me of a foregone time
    The blackened faces, broken romance
    Blackened faces

    My broken heart has bled
    With memories of a love that's dead
    Sometimes happy then sad
    I need love, love help me

    I need love, love help me Writer/s: RITCHIE BLACKMORE, ROD EVANS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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