Kate Voegele

Hundred Million Dollar Soul

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We were young in the summer of
Some year I don't quite recall
But it feels like yesterday
I was teaching you guitar on the
Hood of your pick up under the stars
You were in town for a holiday

When you left I took a moment
I got a coffee and set off in my car
Just to be where you are
Well I had to drive all night
To get to you, thought I'd lost my mind
But I just knew that we would be so fine
And I was right

Oh now I know
It's no wonder that you're such a natural role
You got everything I want from your head to your toes
And underneath that smile that has me sold
Is your hundred million dollar soul
Oh, mmm

Now we're sitting on the front porch
With the only dinner I know how to make
With a Neil Young record on, oh
A board game by the fireside
Turns to a pillow fight as always
Oh this is where I belong, oh yeah

You had me up all night
Just like you do
I laugh so hard I cry
When I'm next to you
Your brightness is a virus
That lights up the room

Oh and now I know
It's no wonder that you're such a natural role
You're everything I want from your head to your toes
And underneath that smile that has me sold
Is your hundred million dollar soul

And when I feel your touch
I still get such a rush, oh yeah
Your body next to mine
Go on and drive me wild, oh oh oh oh

[Repeat: x2]
It's no wonder that you're such a natural role
You're everything I want from your head to your toes
And underneath that smile that has me sold
Is your hundred million dollar soul, whoa ho


Autor(es): Kate Voegele

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