Sophie Milman - Rocket Love Lyrics

Artist: Sophie Milman Lyrics
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Album: Track 3 on Make Someone Happy
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I longed for you since I was born
A man so sensitive and warm
And that you were
With pride and strength no one would test
But yet have masculine finesse
And so much more
You took me riding in your rocket you gave me a star
At a half a mile from heaven you dropped me back
down to this cold, cold world
You took me riding in your rocket you gave me a star
At a half a mile from heaven you dropped me back
down to this cold, cold world
Just like a Shakespeare of your time
With looks to blow Picasso's mind
You were the best
Your body moved with grace and song
Like symphonies of Bach or Brahms
Nevertheless, oh
You took me riding in your rocket you gave me a star
But at a half a mile from heaven you dropped me back
down to this cold, cold world
Ooh you took me riding in your rocket you gave me a star
At a half a mile from heaven you dropped me back
down to this cold, cold world
Do Do Do-oo, Do Do Do-oo, Do Do Do-oo, Do Do Do-oo
Do Do Do-oo, Do Do Do-oo
The passion burning in your heart
Would make hell's fire seem like a spark
Where did it go
Just why that you would overnight
Turn love to stone as cold as ice
I'll never, never know
Baby you took me riding in your rocket gave me a star
Half a mile from heaven you dropped me back
down to this cold, cold world
(Riding in your rocket gave me a star
half a mile from heaven you dropped me back
down)
Baby you dropped me back ooh ooh
You took me riding in your rocket you gave me a star
half a mile from heaven you dropped me back
down to this cold, cold world
Do Do Do-oo, Do Do Do-oo, Do Do Do-oo, Do Do Do-oo
Do Do Do-oo, Do Do Do-oo, Do Do Do-oo


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