Your Love Alone Is Not Enough

Album: Send Away the Tigers (2007)
Charted: 2
  • Your love alone is not enough not enough not enough
    When times get tough they get tough they get tough they get tough
    Trade all your heroes in for ghosts in for ghosts in for ghosts
    They're always the one's that love you most love you most love you most

    Your love alone is not enough not enough not enough
    It's what you felt it's what you said what you said what you said
    You said the sky would fall on you fall on you fall on you
    Through all the pain your eyes stayed blue they stayed blue baby blue

    But your love alone won't save the world
    You knew the secret of the universe
    Despite it all you made it worse
    It left you lonely it left you cursed

    You stole the Sun straight from my heart from my heart from heart
    With no excuses just fell apart fell apart fell apart

    No you won't make a mess of me mess of me mess of me
    For you're as blind as a man can be man can be man can be

    I could have seen for miles and miles
    I could have made you feel alive
    I could have placed us in exile
    I could have shown you how to cry

    Your love alone is not enough
    Your love alone is not enough

    I could have shown you how to cry
    Your love alone is not enough
    Your love alone Writer/s: JAMES BRADFIELD, JAMES DEAN BRADFIELD, NICHOLAS JONES, NICHOLAS ALLEN JONES, SEAN MOORE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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