Don't Call It Love

Album: Real Love (1985)
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  • Nobody believes that I really care for you
    They don't think my heart is true
    I don't think you agree
    You know I'm a lifetime gaurantee

    So if they ask you what you mean to me
    Don't call it love
    Heaven's above
    We got a better thing, baby

    Don't call it love
    'Cause that ain't enough
    Just tell 'em you're my everything
    Go on and tell 'em baby

    Nobody believes we got somethin' they ain't got
    They've never seen a fire this hot
    They never got that far
    We're burning as bright as any star
    So if they ask you what your feelings are

    Don't call it love
    Heaven's above
    We've got a better thing, baby
    Don't call it love
    'Cause that ain't enough
    Just tell 'em you're my everything
    Go ahead and tell 'em baby

    Feels so good, holding tight
    Loving you through the night
    Oh and they can call it what they like
    But they ain't got it right
    No, no, no

    Don't call it love
    Heaven's above
    We've got a better thing, baby
    Don't call it love
    'Cause that ain't enough
    Just tell them you're my everything
    Oooo...

    Don't call it love
    Heaven's above
    We got a better thing, baby
    Don't call it love
    'Cause that ain't enough
    Just tell 'em you're my everything

    Oh, oh, oh
    Don't call it love
    Heaven's above
    We got a better thing, baby
    Don't call it love
    'Cause that ain't enough Writer/s: Dean Pitchford, Tom Snow
    Publisher: KAREN SCHAUBEN PUBLISHING ADMINISTRATION
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