Coz I Love You

Album: Sladest (1971)
Charted: 1
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  • I won't laugh at you when you boo-hoo-hoo
    Coz I luv you
    I can turn my back on the things you lack
    Coz I luv you

    (Chorus):
    I just like the things you do mm
    Don't you change the things you do mm

    You get me in a spot and smile the smile you got
    And I luv you
    You make me out a clown then you put me down
    I still luv you

    (Chorus)

    I just like the things you do mm
    Don't you change the things you do mm

    Yeah

    When you bite your lip you're gonna flip your flip
    But I luv you
    When we're miles apart you still reach my heart
    How I love you

    (Chorus)

    I just like the things you do mm
    Don't you change the things you do mm

    Only time can tell if we get on well
    Coz I luv you
    All that's passed us by we can only sigh hi-hi
    Coz I luv you

    (Chorus)

    I just like the things you do mm
    Don't you change the things you do mm

    No, no, no.

    (Repeat to fade)
    la la laa la la laa, laa, laa..

Comments: 2

  • David from Hawarden, United KingdomCheck out the B side to this song, My Life Is Natural, one of the best songs Slade ever recorded. A man observes the war-torn world around him and sees others having extra-marital sex with whores and married women, boozing and gambling. Who can sort out the mess? "It's gonna take another Christ". A deep and poignant song written solely by the young Noddy Holder. If you think Slade are just about glitter and handclaps, think again. This song is typical of their early B sides and reveals a side to their music unheard by the casual listener.
  • Jim from Newcastle Upon Tyne, Uzbekistansuzie was the first celeb i had the hots for,then again it may have been judy garland.cat stevens charted last year in the u.k.mud were still doing the clubs in the 90's.who knows where t.rex may have ended up.and i would pay to go and see a sweet tribute band
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