I never work for free
No I can’t give up
what never belonged to me I never work for free
Like an incantation
I’ve been repeating Looking back from the outer edge
I’m still the same Looking back from the outer edge
I changed my name Just to stay the same Fell in love with a travelling man I’ll make him mine,
do whatever I can Fell in love with a travelling man I’ll make him mine,
do whatever I can Got me looking for love A little sympathy
goes a long way but
never comes easily Even a young girl knows
that the first snow
lands right where the cold wind blows A single syllable contained my history
Never knew one word could mean so much to me Fell in love with a travelling man I’ll make him mine,
do whatever I can Fell in love with a travelling man I’ll make him mine,
do whatever I can Touching me with such a sweet blindness
hiding where our past can’t find us ???
Oh baby, I need more I can’t live on metaphors
Oh baby, I need more Fell in love with a travelling man Gonna make him mine,
do whatever I can Fell in love with a travelling man Gonna make him mine,
do whatever I can You got me looking for love

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Dennis Veasley

33 thoughts on “TENNIS – ”Never Work for Free” \\ Lyrics”

  1. brilliant track…second truly great single of 2014 (the first being "Extraordinary" by Clean Bandit). Hope to hear more brilliance from Tennis.

  2. I don't understand applying vintage film effects to still images. Don't get me started on generic lens flare effects haha.
    Anyway that's not important. The music is happy fun times.

  3. This sounds like pop (Top40) music sounded in 1987-1992. No question Paul Christy would've made this a #1 hit on KRBE 'Power 104' in Houston, TX, and from there, it would've conquered the world 6 months later — Christy/KRBE gave so many talented artists the break they needed who never would've had hits otherwise. Wish music like this had a place on Hit Radio today – this deserves to be huge globally!

  4. vintage 80s sound , so gooooood , just discovered them via our local college radio , her voice a lot like the great 80s singer from Mass. Tanya Donnelly , of whom I have a lot of and love deeply , tone and range close . Love it love it love it !!!!!

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