Every Little Bit

Album: Make A Move (2013)
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  • Me and my woman, we both got the blues
    But with so much to gain and such little to lose
    Are we both getting played or do we like to pay for abuse

    Down to a dollar and last bit of ale
    But with too many sips he forget it to tell
    Then you pale in the city lights shining on the holes of your shoes

    [Chorus]
    Every little bit, every little bit, every little
    Every little bit, every little bit, every little bit
    Just a drop in the bucket when you don't have love

    If I wake up tomorrow we'd both be surprised
    If the car's got some gas we'd both go for a ride
    Hit a stride and some window shopping first and stay out all night

    Oh baby you look so good I forget how to breathe
    I wanna make that dress and give you a squeeze
    There are reasons I may got you pleased and easy to see yea

    [Chorus]
    Every little bit, every little bit, every little
    Every little bit, every little bit, every little bit
    Just a drop in the bucket when you don't have love

    Take a little hit, take a little hit, take a little
    Take a little hit, take a little hit
    Baby get used to that hole in your pocket, that's the price of love

    All the things we've said
    The promises, we make mistakes
    Al the things we do to live and love

    Dance with me now
    He'll find another
    While we have each other
    While we have each other

    Well I got some friends and they give advice
    Some got big fancy houses and fantasy wives
    But I'd rather be broke with you baby than live in their lives yea

    [Chorus]
    Every little bit, every little bit, every little
    Every little bit, every little bit, every little bit
    Just a drop in the bucket when you don't have love

    Take a little hit, take a little hit, take a little
    Take a little hit, take a little hit
    Baby get used to that hole in your pocket, that's the price of love Writer/s: GAVIN DEGRAW, JAMES LAWRENCE IRVIN, JULIAN EMERY
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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