Nothing's Real But Love

Album: Heaven (2011)
Charted: 10
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  • Standing in a line
    Wonder why it don't move
    Tryna get a hand
    Watching people break the rules
    And maybe the man in charge
    Doesn't like my face
    But then this world's not always good

    And nothing's real but love
    Nothing's real but love
    No money, no house, no car,
    Can beat love

    They watch us open-mouthed
    As we joke around like fools
    See who can be the worst
    Watch what I can do
    But then the door gets slammed,
    Slammed right in my face
    And I guess this world's not always good

    And nothing's real but love
    Nothing's real but love
    No house, no car, no job
    Can beat love

    It won't fill you up
    No money, no house, no car
    Is like love

    La la la la la la la la
    Yeaaah

    I put it all away
    Holding it back for a rainy day
    But what if that day don't come
    I need love

    No money, no house, no car
    Is like love

    It don't fill you up
    It won't build you up
    It won't fill you up
    It's not love!

    And nothing's real but love
    No money, no house, no car
    Is like love

    Nothing's real but love

    No money, no house, no car
    Is like love Writer/s: FRANCIS EG WHITE, REBECCA FERGUSON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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