Eagle Birds

Album: Let's Rock (2019)
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  • See twin eagle birds up
    In the tree
    One for you and there's
    One for me
    When we thought we
    Might be losing our minds
    We saw the signs

    Don't nobody wanna be lonely
    Everybody oughta be loved sometime

    Feel you simmer down
    In the pan
    Feed me dinner right out
    Of your hand
    All night long I
    Had you on my mind
    Flying high

    Don't nobody wanna be lonely
    Everybody oughta be loved sometime
    She love me right

    You can search forever you might
    Never find
    A love so real that will
    Heal like mine
    Eagle bird I
    Heard you fly on by
    Late last night

    Don't nobody wanna be lonely
    Everybody oughta be loved
    Don't nobody wanna be lonely
    Everybody oughta be loved sometime

    She love me right
    Flying high
    With you and I Writer/s: Daniel Quine Auerbach, Patrick James Carney
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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