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Buy My Love
Buy my love with empty pockets and a dusty wallet.
Show me your riches, but not by shopping.
I don’t like diamonds.
I like kisses and jokes,
a man with ambition in his soul,
hard, rough love,
and a smile pretty as a dove.
Buy my love with empty pockets and a vacant wallet.
Give me a flower you pulled from the ground,
with an odd amount of petals.
When I’m alone,
I know you’re never too far.
Cause when I pull those petals off,
I want to end with “he loves me”
never “he loves me, not”.
Impress me with your luxuries.
Make my heart float
and introduce a new song to me.
You’ve never been one to cook,
but you’ll pull out a recipe
and follow the steps for me.
Loyalty is everything.
Can you show me what I’m worth?
Show me how valuable you are.
Talk to me through your heart, not your mouth.
Come to me as a whole
cause I’ve come to you complete.
I’d never make you compete,
as long as you throw your wallet out the window
and buy my love from me.
I’m a complicated woman,
who craves simplicity.
Simplify my life.