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Lessons in Love

I'm not proud, I was wrong
And the truth is hard to take
I felt sure we had enough
But our love went overboard
Lifeboat lies lost at sea
I've been trying to reach your shore
Waves of doubt keep drowning me


All the dreams that we were building
We never fulfilled them
Could be better, should be better
For lessons in love


For restless eyes egos burn
And the mold is hard to break
Now we've waded in too deep
And love is overboard
Heavy hearts token words
All the hopes I ever had
Fade like footprints in the sand


All the homes that we were building
We never lived in
Could be better, should be better
Lessons in love
If we lose the time before us
The future will ignore us
We should use it, we could use it, yeah
Lessons in love
Lost without love


Lessons in love
When will you ever learn
Lessons in love
When there's nowhere left to turn
Lessons in love
Don't let your spirit burn
Lessons in love
I'll wait till you return


All the dreams that we were building
We never lived them
We could lose it, we should use it
(lessons in love) lessons in love
All the homes that we were building
We never lived in
Could be better (could be better), should be better
Lessons in love
If we lose the time before us
The future will ignore us
We should use it, we could use it (good God)
Lessons in love


"Lessons in Love", was a single from the UK pop-rock band Level 42, released in 1986, from the album "Running in the Family". It's one of the few singles from the band that broke into the Billboard Hot 100, where it reached #12 in 1987. It was also another hit for them in the UK, their biggest hit there. It won fame in countries where Level 42 was little known, such as Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, Indonesia and others. It is the first of five singles from their 1987 album "Running in the Family", and it made way for the success of other singles from the album.


Level 42

Level 42 is an English pop rock and jazz-funk band who had a number of worldwide and UK hits during the 1980s and 1990s. The band gained fame for its high-calibre musicianship - especially that of Mark King, whose percussive slap-bass guitar technique provided the driving groove of many of the band's hits. They are also known for the combination of King's lead vocals and keyboard player Mike Lindup's falsetto backing vocals. After disbanding in 1994, the band reformed in 2001.

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