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Love me let me be lonely
Part time love I can find any day
So don't defy mother nature's way please
Make it mine, a love for to stay

I can live without love
If I wanted to in this lonely room
But I don't want to so I leave it up to you
To wash away my gloom

Oh, oh, oh,
Do doo, do doo, do doo, do doo
You will or either you won't now
It's up to you I've had my say
So truly love do love me completely
Hey come on, come on come my way

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  • jopezz
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    jopezzApr 21, 2008 at 10:39 pm
    Unlike "Grazing In The Grass" this song was not intended to be a novelty-hit.

    It is an impassioned cry for someone in a relationship to "make a commitment". The singer wants more than an occasional date.

    The line: "Its up to you, I've had my say" is almost an ultimatum, softened a bit afterwards by the plea "Come on, Come my way".

    From the album "Real Friends" (1970)

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