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I see in the paper nearly everyday people breaking up and just walking away
From love and that's wrong that's so wrong
A happy little home comes up for sale because two fools half tired and failed
To get along and you know that's wrong
A man hurts a woman and a woman hurts a man
And neither one of them won't love and understand
And take it with a grain of salt
But I believe that a little bit of love is better than no love
Even sad love's better than no love even bad love is better than no love at all
A little bit of love is better than no love
Even sad love's better than no love any kind of love is better than no love at all

No love at all is a poor old man standing on the corner with his hat in his hand
And thare's no place to go and he's feeling low
No love at all is a child in the street dodging traffic and a begging to eat
On the tennament row and that's a rough row to hoe
No love at all is a troubled young girl standing on the bridge on the edge of the world
And it's a mnighty short fall
But I believe that a little bit of love...

March out with love to the beat of the drum
Give out your love got to give it to someone
Give a little kindness spread a little goodness come on people try it one time yeah
A little bit of love...
A little bit of love...



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