Album: Love You to Death (2016)
  • I love you
    I don't need a ring to
    Prove that you're worthy
    You're under my skin
    It's easy
    I don't need a lock to
    Prove that you trust me
    I walk the walk

    To be with you
    Just to be with you
    Oh, to be with you
    Just to be with you

    Save your first and last dance for me
    I don't need a white wedding
    Save your first and last born for me
    We don't need a white wedding
    All the girls I loved before
    Told me they signed up for more
    Save your first and last chance for me
    'Cause I don't want a white wedding

    I told you
    I struggled to stay before
    Ain't no worry
    By letting you in
    It's easy
    How quickly the faults set in
    When I'm happy
    I stop the clock

    To be with you
    Just to be with you
    Oh, to be with you
    Just to be with you

    Save your first and last dance for me
    I don't need a white wedding
    Save your first and last born for me
    We don't need a white wedding
    All the girls I loved before
    Told me they signed up for more
    Save your first and last chance for me
    'Cause I don't want a white wedding

    Keep your name
    You can keep your dates
    Keep your name
    You can keep your fame
    Keep your name
    You can keep your dates
    Keep your name
    You can keep it all
    Keep your name
    You can keep your dates
    Keep your name
    You can keep your fame
    Keep your name
    You can keep your dates
    Keep your name
    You can keep it all

    Save your first and last dance for me
    I don't need a white wedding
    Save your first and last born for me
    We don't need a white wedding
    All the girls I loved before
    Told me they signed up for more
    Save your first and last chance for me
    'Cause I don't want a white wedding Writer/s: GREG KURSTIN, SARA KEIRSTEN QUIN, TEGAN RAIN QUIN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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