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Whitlams – Love Is Everywhere lyrics

Love is everywhere, I don't want to bend down and pick it up
Love is everywhere, a shocking week but can Sunday bail me out
Love is everywhere, I want to sit here and hear the sound of that thing

What can an elfin do, put on a kettle for you?
Leave your mother in the cupboard, the writing's on the wall
I'm not coming back here no anymore

Take it all from me, I don't want it
Love is everywhere, I don't want to bend down and pick it up
Love is everywhere, I might just sit here and look around

Watching the day go by, putting all your eggs in the sky
Catch a bus and read a poem, look around there's no-one home
I think that I might stay here for quite a while

Love is everywhere, my mum's got a new boyfriend and I like the man
Take it all from me, je ne veux pas coucher avec toi ce soir
Love is everywhere, I want to sit here and hear the sound of that thing
Words & Music: Tim Freedman
Tim Freedman: vocal, backing vocals, piano
Tim Hall: backing vocals, trebley wah guitar
Bernie Hayes: wah guitar
Andy Lewis & Michael Vidale: bass
Mike Richards: drums
Paul Jensen: trumpet
Andy Kell: saxophone
Daniel Barnett: trombone Bill Heckenberg: percussion



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