The Meaning Of Soul

Album: Don't Believe The Truth (2005)
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  • I gotta show you 'bout the meaning of soul
    I'm taking a love tonight
    Get outta my way, I did what you say
    But that ain't enough alright
    I'm different bleach and an Armani elite
    I'm ten outta ten all night
    Get outta my way, I did what you say
    But that ain't enough alright

    All rise, I see the love in your eyes
    If it's all right, then I'll be your light

    I gotta show you 'bout the meaning of soul
    I'm taking a love tonight
    Get outta my way, I did what you say
    But that ain't enough alright
    I'm different bleach and an Armani elite
    I'm ten outta ten all night
    Get outta my way, I did what you say
    But that ain't enough alright

    All rise, I see the love in your eyes
    If it's all right, then I'll be your light

    I gotta show you 'bout the meaning of soul
    I'm taking a love tonight Writer/s: Liam Gallagher
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Luke Taylor from Manchester, United KingdomIs it me, or is there a bit of Tina Turner's Proud Mary in this song?..Great tune though
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