Forward To Love

Album: Wild and Free (2011)
  • Don't go away, when you know that it feels good
    Why don't you stay cause you know what we could do
    Baby, we could get hazy
    Hand in hand we feel the vibe
    We see true love in our eyes
    Baby, this ain't no maybe

    Forward to love
    Forward to love
    I know we got something
    The feeling is true
    And I don't wanna wait another day
    To be with you
    Baby, we could get lazy
    The spirit has spoke
    The voice of the truth
    No need to waste time
    Lets just do it
    Baby, we could get crazy
    Yeah

    Forward to love
    Forward to love
    Hard to believe
    It shouldn't be this easy
    You take the lead
    That I wont be greedy
    Baby, I'm in no hurry
    What are the odds
    A stranger we'll meet
    But deep inside
    We walked these streets already
    And this ain't just lately
    Yeah

    Forward to love
    I tell ya now
    Forward to love

    Don't go away,
    When you know that it feels good
    Why don't you stay
    'Cause you know what we could do
    Baby, we could get hazy
    Hand in hand we feel the vibe
    You see true love in my eyes
    Baby, this ain't no maybe
    Ah, yeah

    Forward to love
    Everyone now
    Forward to love
    Come on ya
    Forward to love
    Everybody sings
    Forward to love
    Right now

    Forward to love
    Forward to love
    Forward to love
    Yeah you're headed my way
    Forward to love
    Come on come on
    Forward to love Writer/s: DAVID NESTA MARLEY
    Publisher: ISHTI MUSIC INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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