I Want Love" is a 2001 song by Elton John, co-written with Bernie Taupin. It was released as a single from his Songs from the West Coast album. The song reached the top ten in Canada and the United Kingdom. In the US, "I Want Love" reached No. 110 on the Billboard Hot 100's "Bubbling Under" chart and number six on the Adult Contemporary chart. The song also featured in an advert for Royal Mail, in which John starred.
But I love, I love, I love her, I can't let her go Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah I love, I love her, I can't let her go (oh) Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah I’ma do what I got to do, baby But I love, I love, I love her, I can't let her g. They say haters be in they feelings I've been a sucker for the love, gotta let it go 'Cause I see that you love different My homies always tryna tell me nigga, let her go. But I love, I love, I love her, I can't let her go Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah I love, I love her, I can't let her go (oh) Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah I’ma do what I got to do, baby But I love, I love, I love her, I can't let her go. More on Genius.
Newcomers: Love Island will introduce two new bombshells to the villa during Tuesday's explosive episode - Francesca Allen, left, and Chris Taylor, right. Francesca isn't afraid to get her dream man and said: 'I do not like upsetting people. Chris added that he thought Curtis and Amy were playing a game in the villa, he said: 'I think Curtis was trying to convince himself he liked Amy and then had a catalyst moment when he realised that he wasn’t that into he.
Elton John & Taron Egerton - (I'm Gonna) Love Me Again. I've Got the World on a String. I've Got You under My Skin. I've Heard That Song Before. I've Never Been in Love Before. I've got you deep in the heart of me.
PROPS GO TO: Chris Williscroft. G D F G C F C Here I stand, head in hand, turn my face to the wall. G D F G C F C D If she's gone I can't go on feeling two foot small.
John Lennon said about the time when he wrote this song, "I think it was Dylan helped me realize that-not by any discussion or anything but just by hearing his work-I had a sort of professional songwriter's attitude to writing pop songs. He added, "Then I started being me about the songs, not writing them objectively, but subjectively. In the book "Beatlesongs" (1989, by William J. Dowlding) Paul McCartney said that the song "is just basically John doing Dylan".
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