Ronberge (anno primo)

Rookie (Born October 26th / Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

- Love Is War!


Love is war!
You’re drafted at birth.
Already old enough to walk
you are pointed to your enemy
since yee feet tall

Love is war!
Here are the rules of engagement:
Never be the first to call,
Never lower your guard,
Never, ever, say I love you first, above all,
‘Cause this’ll mean your fall!

Love is war!
If you follow those rules
You might be so successful
That you could even avoid love
And not give it a chance at all

Love is war!
And if both parties surrender
Then baby welcome
to a land of wonders
and it beats it all!

Love is war!
You win some
You lose some
Both sexes after the same thing
In their own way, All in all

Love is war!
Anyone who says otherwise
Is either deluded, a liar
or has not known love at all

I have a saying:

Love is war!
And if it’s done proper,
There are no casualties, No hurting,
And you have two winners!

Submitted: Sunday, May 29, 2005
Edited: Friday, May 07, 2010

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