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Lou Reed – Some Kinda Love lyrics

Hey, some kinds of love
Margarita told Tom
Between thought and expression
lies a lifetime
Situations arise
because of the weather
And no kinds of love
are better than others
la-dee-ta-ta-ta

Hey, some kinds of love
now Margarita told Tom
Well of course, baby, you're a bore
but at that you're not charmless
Because a bore is a straight line
finds a wealth in division
And no kinds of love
mistaken for vision
la-dee-ta

Some kinds of love
now Margarita told Tom
They turn to division
woh baby, you're not charming
Oh baby, ....

And no kinds of love
mistaken for vision
Put jelly on your shoulder
oh baby, lies down upon the carpet
Put jelly on your shoulder
let's do what you fear most
That from which you recoil
but still makes your eyes moist
Put jelly, baby, on your shoulder
lies down, now baby, on the carpet, ooohhh
Ooohhh-ooohhh, ooohhh
ooohhh-ooohhh-ooohhh, ooohhh-ooohhh

Well some kinds of love
they're mistaken for vision

Well I don't know, baby, what it's all about
Oh little baby, why don't you come back
hey, la-dee-ta-ta-ta
Oh no Lord, ta-li-ta-li-sha
oh now baby, la-dee-ta-ta
Oh baby, la-dee-ta, ta-ti-ta-ti-ta
da-ti-da-ti-ta, la-ta-ta



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