• March

    Love is a way of feeling
    Oh, love is a way of feeling less alone
    So what's all the fuss about?

    "Fuck it"
    Love: the paradox of needing
    Oh love,
    Make way for breeding
    (Give it to me)
    (Give it to me)

    I know what I stand for;
    I stand for me

    I'll wait for the night to come
    So far, suicide at home
    For I'm not the man you know
    This love it's about control

    Oh what a feeling
    Oh what a feeding
    Know the chosen ones, are here!
    All hail

    I'll wait for the night to come
    So far, suicide at home
    For I'm not the man you know
    This love,
    It's about control(you fucker!)

    (All in the name of love)
    (All in the name of love)
    (All in the name of love)
    (All in the name of love) Writer/s: ROBERT MANUEL CLIVILLES, ANGEL DELEON, ALLAN J FRIEDMAN, DURAN RAMOS
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
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