All the Rage Back Home

Album: El Pintor (2014)
  • When she wept, I left come over my head
    About, oh the feelings
    And she wept, hold me again, I made no sound, oh repeating
    And she swore love has never come so easily
    And we went over again, my head about, oh the feeling

    She said you don't need time
    We changed, you won't need your maid inside
    My faith won't lie
    He said you don't need mine
    Behave, you want to be my lady lover
    Of my eighteen summers, were long
    She said, you don't read minds
    Be patient, you won't leave me shaking
    Leave me shaking

    I keep falling, maybe half the time, maybe half the time
    I keep falling, maybe half the time, maybe half the time
    But it's all the rage back home
    It's all the rage back home

    When she said, love come over my head about, oh what feeling
    She said, you wanna refund?
    Be paid, you ought to see my face in lights
    My faith won't lie
    But my sweet, you don't need mine your way
    Just say you'll love me, just say you'll love me
    Look, she said you don't read minds
    Be patient, you won't see me shaking
    You have been mistaken

    I keep falling, maybe half the time, maybe half the time
    I keep falling, maybe half the time, maybe half the time
    But it's all the rage back home
    Yeah, it's all the rage back home
    All the rage back home
    All the rage back home
    All the rage back

    I keep falling, maybe half the time, maybe half the time
    It's all the rage back home
    I keep falling, maybe half the time, maybe half the time
    It's all the rage back home
    It's all the rage back home
    It's all the rage back home
    It's all the rage back home
    It's all the rage back home Writer/s: Daniel Alexander Kessler, Paul Julian Banks, Samuel J Fogarino
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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