Real Love

Album: Little Honey (2008)
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  • I found the love I've been looking for
    It's a real love, it's a real love
    Standing up behind an electric guitar
    It's a real love, it's a real love
    And all the time I was thinking no way
    And all the time I never thought I'd say
    I found the love I've been looking for
    It's a real love, it's a real love
    It's a real love, it's a real love

    Said come on baby we really got something
    It's a soul connection, you're changin' my world
    Give me your affection, be my girl
    It's a real love, it's a real love
    It's a real love, it's a real love

    The thing about you so far, you squeeze my peaches
    You send me postcards of girls on beaches
    You're drinking in a bar in Amsterdam
    I'm thinking baby far out, be my man
    It's a real love, it's a real love
    It's a real love, it's a real love

    I found the love I've been looking for
    It's a real love, it's a real love
    Standing up behind an electric guitar
    It's a real love, it's a real love
    And all the time I was thinking no way
    And all the time I never thought I'd say
    I found the love I've been looking for
    It's a real love, it's a real love
    It's a real love, it's a real love Writer/s: BILLY APRIL, VINCENT GARCIA
    Publisher: Ultra Tunes, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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