Wake up my sweet child There's something I've got to say to you tonight It's time you took a look at me Cause there's so much more to me Than meets the eye
Well, there's more to love than makin' time The harder you look the more you'll find It's never easy no matter what they say
Love's a hard game to play The heart's the price you pay Love's a hard game to play No matter what they say Win or lose, no matter what they say Love's a hard game to play
The problem here is not my fear The trouble is you can't convince yourself For tonight, let's lose the past Make love last Put our worries up on the shelf
We've been through thick and thin, and back again And we can endure love's sweet pain Remember, starting the fire is easy The hardest part is learning how to keep the flame
Love's like walking a real fine line You get too close and you'll go blind Let go too long and it will all drift away
Just when I feel like I'm losin' you I hear them voices call They say it's better to have lost at love Than never to have loved at all Lose or win, stand or fall
Well, there's more to love than makin' time The harder you look, the more you'll find It's never easy, no matter what they say
Writer/s: BRET MICHAELS, PAT SCHUNK
Publisher: BOB-A-LEW SONGS, Universal Music Publishing Group
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