You want to shake my hand, say there's no hard feelings But there's another lie between the lines I'm reading
If you want him, then take him, just push me away, baby I just got to know If you want him, then have him, there's no other way, yeah
I tear your letters up, and flush away the pieces How does that saying go, you'd love me till hell freezes
You're lyin', I'm dyin' a little each day, girl you know it hurts me so Stop duckin' and diving, come right out and say
[Chorus] Cause I can't take no more of this Love grammar, takin' me and breakin' me up, love grammar, the grammar of love I before he except after she - knows I'll always be there Ready or not, she took what I got - to give and she don't care - I before he
Don't want to lose control, and maybe rock proceedings Don't fear a new attack, the fact is I'm conceding
If you want him, then take him, don't treat me this way Cause I just feel like letting go You want him, you got him, I'm leavin' today
Love grammar, takin' me and breakin' me up, love grammar, the grammar of love Love grammar, takin' me and breakin' me up, love grammar, the grammar of love
I before he except after she, knows I'll always be there Ready or not, she took what I got, to give and she don't care I before he except after she
[Repeats] Love grammar (I before he, except after she)
Writer/s: JOHN PARR
Publisher: CARLIN AMERICA INC
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