LIVIN' ON LOVE ALAN JACKSON
(A)Two young people, without a thing; say some (D)vows and spread their
Settle down with just what they need, livin' on (E)love.
She don't (A)care about what's in style, she just (D)likes the way he
It takes more than marble and (E)tile, livin' on (A)love.
Livin' on (E)love, buyin' on (A)time without some(D)body nothin' ain't
worth a (A)dime
Just like an (D)old fashioned storybook (A)rhyme, livin' on (E)love.
It sounds (A)simple, that's what you're thinkin'; love can (D)walk
through fire without (A)blinkin'
It doesn't take much when you get (E)enough; livin' on (A)love.(End of Chorus)
Two old people without a thing, children gone but still they sing
Side by side on that front porch swing; livin, on love.
He can't see anymore, she can barely sweep the floor
Hand-in-hand they'll walk through that door, just livin' on love.
(Chorus - twice, then end with...)
No, it doesn't take much when you get enough, livin' on love.