Gentle Groove

Album: Mother Love Bone (1992)
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  • Like my world I'm on fire
    'Cause I'm full of desire
    No more preachin' on your part
    No more love on my pillow
    Come dance with me in my room
    You can hold me hands
    I'm gonna be your boyfriend
    And you can call me names
    And nobodies gonna change the way I feel, for my love
    Nobodies gonna slow my gentle groove
    'Til kingdom come thy work is done on earth as it is in Dallas
    Come play with me in room
    You can hold me hands
    I will be your boyfriend
    And you can call me names
    And nobody gonna take the power away, from my love
    And nobodies gonna slow my gentle groove
    And nobodies gonna take my love away
    And nobodies gonna slow my gentle groove
    'Til kingdom come thy work is done on earth as it is in Dallas Writer/s: ANDREW WOOD, BRUCE IAN FAIRWEATHER, GREG A. GILMORE, JEFFREY ALLEN AMENT, STONE C. GOSSARD
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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