Diamonds hold mirrors And spoon it holds the stars It's been a long time baby Since I've seen the sun rise like this Make a wish and call it maybe And give me one more kiss Oh, I like it like this Oh, I like it like this
[Chorus] Oh Josephine You're dressed in black Oh Josephine Your eyes are blue And I know now There's no turning back Oh Josephine What will we do?
It's the dreaming through the come down Still filling every tape Come on and touch me baby Before I turn to rust I know there ain't no other It's not a matter of trust It's just sometimes love ain't enough Oh, love ain't enough
For a while I was kneeling in tears and powder For as well I was strung out beyond my means Well I lost that love while climbing down the ladder Just looking for the song to set me free
Waited for redemption No leaving love behind You've got to know where you wanna be It gets cold outside It's too late to play it safe So let's let it all ride Yeah, let's let it all ride Let it all ride!
Writer/s: CHRIS ROBINSON, CHRISTOPHER MARK ROBINSON, RICH ROBINSON, RICHARD S. ROBINSON
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Mel!ssa from Pittsburgh, PaThis is a great song. And yes, the last line does sum it up. You can live by that line! I always wondered if Josephine is Wyatt Earp's Josephine? It's my grandmother's name. Beautiful.
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