I Can Buy You Lyrics – A Camp

I Can Buy You Lyrics – A Camp

I Can Buy You Lyrics

A life of sanity and dignity
You know it takes two
And what’s the use in being a millionaire
If I can’t have you

I wanna buy you a home
I’ll pay your friends
If you’re feeling alone
The pain of losing a guy like you
Is a bigger cost
Than paying your dues

I can buy you, oh yeah, oh yeah
But I can’t make you do what you don’t
And I can hire you, oh yeah, oh yeah
But I can’t make you love me
I can’t make you

You say I’d never go for a little
And I always need more
And you’re a thousand dollar playboy
That I just can’t afford

But I guess you got me, oh, oh
You got me hanging around
For too long
I don’t wanna stop it, oh no, oh no
I bet your life that it’s
With me you belong

And I can buy you, oh yeah, oh yeah
But I can’t make you do what you don’t
And I can hire you, oh yeah, oh yeah
But I can’t make you love me
I can’t make you care

So if I can’t make you love me
If I can’t make you care
What price can take me there
In this world.

Somebody told me cash is king
I didn’t mean to force you, oh no
But I bet a fortune it’s
With me you belong

And I can buy you, oh yeah, oh yeah
But I can’t make you do what you don’t
And I can hire you, oh yeah, oh yeah
But I can’t make you love me
I can’t make you care

I can’t take you there
Anymore

If you want to know more about the artist, like when it all started, what was the debut album, how the journey begins then please check out A Camp Biography here.

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