Rhythm Of Love

Album: The Wonders of the Younger (2010)
Charted: 60 38
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  • My head is stuck in the clouds
    She begs me to come down
    Says "Boy quit foolin' around"

    I told her "I love the view from up here
    Warm sun and wind in my ear
    We'll watch the world from above
    As it turns to the rhythm of love"

    We may only have tonight
    But till the morning sun you're mine, all mine
    Play the music low and sway to the rhythm of love

    My heart beats like a drum
    A guitar string to the strum
    A beautiful song to be sung
    She's got blue eyes deep like the sea
    That roll back when she's laughing at me
    She rises up like the tide
    The moment her lips meet mine

    We may only have tonight
    But till the morning sun you're mine all mine
    Play the music low and sway to the rhythm of love

    When the moon is low
    We can dance in slow motion
    And all your tears will subside
    All your tears will dry

    And long after I've gone
    You'll still be humming along
    And I will keep you in my mind
    The way you make love so fine

    We may only have tonight
    But till the morning sun you're mine all mine
    Play the music low and sway to the rhythm of love
    Play the music low and sway to the rhythm of love
    Yes sway to the rhythm of love Writer/s: TIM LOPEZ, TIMOTHY JOHN LOPEZ
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Alyssa from AnytownI agree, Elizabeth. I remember when I was younger I couldn't figure out how to spell 'rhythm' so I spent hours trying to find this song.
  • Elizabeth from Anytownusa, Ili love this song
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