Friday, March 11, 2005

Living on Love

One of the best from one of the best. Alan Jackson makes it seem so effortless. I love the sentiment of this one.
Two young people without a thing Say some vows and spread their wings Settle down with just what they need Livin' on love She dont care 'bout what's in style She just likes the way he smiles It takes more than marble and tile Livin' on love Livin on love, buyin on time Without somebody nothing aint worth a dime Just like an old fashioned story book rhyme Livin' on love It sounds simple thats what you're thinkin' But love can walk through fire without blinkin' It doesnt take much when you get enough Livin' on love Two old people with a thing Children gone but still they sing Side by side in that front porch swing Livin' on love He cant see anymore And she can barely sweep the floor Hand in hand they'll walk through that door Livin' on love Livin on love, buyin on time Without somebody nothing aint worth a dime Just like an old fashioned story book rhyme Livin' on love It sounds simple thats what you're thinkin' But love can walk through fire without blinkin' It doesnt take much when you get enough Livin' on love

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