Mister Love

Album: Rubberneck (1994)
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  • Are you gonna save me?
    Can you save me?
    Are you gonna save me?
    Can you save me?
    Ya gonna make me happy?
    Ya gonna make me smile?
    Can you save me?
    Are you gonna save me?
    Ya gonna make me happy?
    Can you save me?
    Tell me, mister, mister!

    We gonna show you a thing or two about love
    Be, patient!
    Be, patient!
    Love, love, love, love, love
    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha
    Yeah!

    Are you gonna save me?
    Can you save me?
    Are you gonna save me?
    Can you save me?
    Are you gonna save me?
    Ya gonna make me happy?
    Can you save me?
    Tell me, mister Love! Writer/s: TODD LEWIS
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Amy Hansen from VirginiaRubberneck is an awesome album the whole way through. I LOVE IT! Just recently rediscovered it, had forgtton how much it rocked.
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