Settle Down

Album: Vows (2010)
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  • I wanna settle down
    I wanna settle down
    Won't you settle down with me?
    Settle down

    We can settle at a table
    A table for two
    Won't you wine and dine with me?
    Settle down

    I wanna raise a child
    I wanna raise a child
    Won't you raise a child with me
    Raise a child

    We'll call her Nebraska
    Nebraska Jones
    She'll have your nose
    Just so you know

    I wanna settle down
    I wanna settle down
    Won't you settle down with me?
    Settle down

    Run from Angela Vickers
    I saw her with you
    Monday morning small talking on the avenue
    She's got a fancy car
    She wants to take you far
    From the city lights and sounds deep into the dark

    Star so light and star so bright
    First star i see tonight!
    Star so light and star so bright
    Keep him by side!

    I wanna settle down
    I wanna settle down
    Baby there's no need to run
    I'll love you well
    I wanna settle down
    It's time to bring you down
    On just one knee for now
    Lets make our vows Writer/s: FRANCOIS TETAZ, KIMBRA JOHNSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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