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When the truth is found to be lies
And all the joys within you dies
Don't you want somebody to love
Don't you need somebody to love
Wouldn't you love somebody to love
You better find somebody to love

When the garden flowers baby are dead yes
And your mind is full of red
Don't you want somebody to love
Don't you need somebody to love
Wouldn't you love somebody to love
You better find somebody to love

Your eyes, I say your eyes may look like his
But in your head baby I'm afraid you don't know where it is
Don't you want somebody to love
Don't you need somebody to love
Wouldn't you love somebody to love
You better find somebody to love

Tears are running ah running down your breast
And your friends baby they treat you like a guest
Don't you want somebody to love
Don't you need somebody to love
Wouldn't you love somebody to love
You better find somebody to love



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  • jopezz
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    jopezzApr 25, 2008 at 4:07 am
    The song was a hit for Jefferson Airplane, long before they modernized to "Jefferson Starship" then "Starship". The striking sound of Grace Slick seems like she is singing through clenched teeth, and most likely was.

    The song is about times of crisis, and how it would be nice to have some support nearby. Just a friend isn't enough.

    "You better find somebody to love."

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