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Henson Cargill – I Wish I'd Known Enough About Love lyrics

Sometimes too much fuel can smother up the fire
And sometimes too much love can strangle that desire
I held her too tight till the feeling was gone
Oh I wish I'd known enough about love to leave love enough alone

Sometimes a single tear can speak a tousand lies
And sometimes it's hard to tell the foolish from the wise
Someone who could be so right could also be so wrong
Oh I wish I'd known enough about love to leave love enough alone

When you cast too bigger shadow love can grow enough to show
It's a pity I didn't know enough to know
But it always seems to happen when a brier meets a rose
Oh I wish I'd known enough about love to leave love enough alone
But it always seems to happen...



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