I Could Use a Love Song Karaoke Maren Morris

Karaoke I Could Use a Love Song Maren Morris

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Usually a drink will do the trick take the edge off quick sitting in the dark
With a shared cigarette seeing eye-to-eye and heart-to-heart
But maybe I'm just getting old used to work but now it don't a long gone drive
You know the kind where you take a turn and you don't know why
But it clears your mind a surefire cure
I need something stronger that'll last a little longer
I could use a love song that takes me back just like that when it comes on
To a time when I wouldn't roll my eyes at a guy and a girl who make it work in a world
That for me so far just seems to go so wrong
Yeah I could use
I could use a love song
I wish I didn't know so much
I peeked behind the curtain now that magic rush
Feels like a trick that isn't working but I haven't lost all hope yet
Yeah it's hurting but it ain't dead yeah
I could use a love song that takes me back just like that when it comes on
To a time when I wouldn't roll my eyes at a guy and a girl who make it work in a world
That for me so far just seems to go so wrong
Yeah I could use
I could use a love song
Give me a sign or a rhyme or a reason
Just something that I can believe in
I could use a love song that takes me back just like that when it comes on
To a time when I wouldn't roll my eyes at a guy and a girl who make it work in a world
That for me so far just seems to go so wrong
Yeah I could use
Yeah I could use
I could use a love song ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh

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