Treasure Island

Colin Coplin

(Australia)

Simply Love


There’s only one thing in this life I need
And only one girl who can give it to me

Give me love, your love
Love, all your love
Love, your love
Simply love, all your love

No it’s not headline news
But without it, I’ve been so lost and confused

Give me love, your love
Love, all your love

I want to shout it, but they already know
It’s on my face everywhere I go

Give me love, your love
Love, all your love

No it’s not headline news
But without it, I’m so lost and confused

Give me love, your love
Love, all your love

You’re everything in life I need
Everything else is just old fashioned greed

Give me love, your love
Love, all your love
Love, your love
Simply love, all your love


Copyright Colin Coplin 1989 (updated 2010)

Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011

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