Written by:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
(1991)

Lead vocals:
Barry Gibb

Album:
Size isn’t everything
(1993)

 


I got a bad sensation.
The enemy is all around.
The traces of my naked heart
are laid upon the ground.

I suffered side effects that might have been forever,
even in my dreams.
And I was left alone to pray,
when there was no one in the way.
And nothing what it seemed.

And from a hard time, play time,
took a trip around the world.
I made myself invisible.
The taste was in the wine.

And just when the thought of someone
needing me forever.
I don’t believe the words are true.
That only she could be my saviour.

Experience is not enough.
I’ll show you how to fall in love.
She said experience is not enough.
I’ll show you how to fall in love.

And she’s all alone with me.
Every night.
And lighting all my days of sorrow.
On my own.
If there was any more to give.
You know I’d sacrifice it for her.

And in the prime of my life.
I was blessed and I was sent
someone sweet and innocent
and nervous when she kissed.

And in the face of my forbidden fruit forever,
miracles are mine.
And knowing I’m the first
in her secret universe.
There’s no sense of space and time.

You take a small town, young girl.
Someone warm and wonderful
that any man would understand
that love is like the wind.

Something deep inside to give you.
And when the words get in the way,
the only thing you need is silence.

Experience is not enough.
I’ll show you how to fall in love.
(Experience is not enough,
I’ll show you how to fall in love).
She said experience is not enough.
I’ll show you how to fall in love.
(Experience is not enough,
I’ll show you how to fall in love).

Experience is not enough.
I’ll show you how to fall in love.
(Experience is not enough,
I’ll show you how to fall in love).
She said experience is not enough.
I’ll show you how to fall in love.
(Experience is not enough,
I’ll show you how to fall in love).

Experience is not enough…

 

How To Fall In Love Pt 1

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