Album: SEX (2006)
Charted: 37


  • This song is about girls making the right decisions about sex and whether or not they are physically and emotionally ready to give up their virginity. it talks about the consequences and benefits. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    katy - portland, OR
  • LaLa Brown sings on this with Jennings.

Comments: 5

  • Aviva from Somewhere, Mdi hope i can meet lala one day and tell her how much i admire her in that video and thank her for sending such a good message out there. she's really pretty too.
  • Aviva from Somewhere, Mdthis song is awesome. when lala sings, "baby, it's a fact that once it's gone you'll never get it back," it means you can't re-virginize yourself, which is so true. i don't believe in "The One" so i've decided to stay a virgin for life and i'm proud of that, unlike most people.
  • Melea from Covington, KyI love this song. :]
    Lyfe and Lala Sing the Truth.
    ! Female Fa Lyfe Ya Digg. !
  • Bow Wow's Shortie from Nythis is a great song and it really explains 2 girls the big risk it is to lose ur virginity
  • Nikki from Heights, Txi really like this song and lyfe is singing the truth
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