Why
Lisa Stansfield Lyrics


Why do we call it love baby, why do we call it love
Love is something that is sent from heaven up above
Why do we call it love baby, what were we thinking of
I feel it shakin' in my bones, and I'm feelin' awful rough

If sugar is sweet, then there's too much in my tea
And I'm sick to my stomach when you creep up on me
Every time that we (ooh), every time we kiss and hug
My insides do the jitterbug, why do we call it love
Why do we call it love

Why do we call it love baby, why do we call it love
Love is something that is sent from heaven up above
Why do we call it love baby, what were we thinking of
I feel it shakin' in my bones, and I'm feelin' awful rough

If sugar is sweet, then there's too much in my tea
And I'm sick to my stomach when you creep up on me
Every time that we (ooh), every time we kiss and hug
My insides do the jitterbug, why do we call it love
Why do we call it love

Why do we call it, why do we call it love
Why do we call it, why do we call it, why do we call it love

If sugar is sweet, then there's too much in my tea
And I'm sick to my stomach when you creep up on me
Every time that we (ooh), every time we kiss and hug
My insides do the jitterbug, why do we call it love
Why do we call it love
Why do we call it love
Why do we call it love
Why do we call it love
Why do we call it love

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: IAN OWEN DEVANEY, LISA JANE STANSFIELD, RICHARD DARBYSHIRE

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Mitzy Sandi Vallejo

​@Ka Em Believe me, I'm an independent woman, raised by a mom who is a survivor from brutal approximately 17 years. Raised like a lioness with all my identity and individualism, being respectful but not a foolish gal.

A strong independent woman should know how to love. Nobody should step over me, I can't step over any person. My rights end when I disrespect others' rights. To don't depend on anybody, not even my mom because one day we're gonna meet our death. Nobody is irreplaceable.

I had the right to be expressive as much as I wanted since my early childhood but I had to be respectful. I have to be responsible for my own well-being, be accountable for my actions and what should but didn't do. I shall know how to keep a house or department and learn to cooperate with the house chores so I could make mines in the future. To have a strong and be honored with my work ethic... To be compassionate, generous, and kind even when the other person never reciprocated those virtues with me. An act like this, without expecting anything in return can teach a lot. To learn from everything I can...

AAAAND nonetheless, I'm happily married to a lovely husband. My very best friend on this Earth, my life partner, committed to each other in the good, the ugly, the nice, weird, in illness wellness, and we find out the less romantic thing: food poisoning, both at the same time so, in the shitty ones too.
I don't see any harm to my individuality and freedom to say we're the same flesh. Each one chooses our freedom to love each other and that my friend, is the choice of love.

(Can I get an Amen up in here?)



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Bruno Albouze

Voice of happiness on earth

Sidali Kessanti

Ta pas mieux l'époque confidence

Scott Lesniewski

Bruno...her voice is velvet

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@Edward Gore
Bala Bala you !!,, *... 🐽

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LoveMusic

This song is still so good 30 years later. Lisa's voice was impeccable.

al fie

@TJM It's 4.5 on my scale out of 5 I give I songs!

Алёна Белова

@TJM озлощ

Lorella Ardito

È fantastica

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