Let Love Come Between Us

Album: The Pure Sound Of The Purifys (1967)
Charted: 23
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  • Baby I found a way to stop all this fussin', yeah
    It's just not right darling
    The way that we fight
    Girl, if you would listen to what we have to say
    We could stop all this fussin'
    And we could do it this way
    We could let love come between us
    And let love bring us together
    And let love be born today
    And let love, let love live forever

    I don't believe that you realize
    How much I need you darling
    And the way my heart cries
    It's so hard for us to get alone
    And if you'd only listen to the words of our song
    And let love come between us
    And let love bring us together
    And let love be born today
    And let love, let love live forever Writer/s: JOE SOBOTKA, JOHNNY WYKER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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