Be My Girl

  • You know love shouldn't be so complicated
    We both know there's only two sides to a wall
    But pride can be ten foot thick and twenty foot high
    I think it's time that we bring in that wrecking ball

    I've got a blanket and a bottle of wine
    Let's strip it down and see what we might find
    Oh my my be my girl tonight
    I've got a heartache and you've got yours
    Let it all fall on our bedroom floor
    Oh my my be my girl tonight

    And some say love is way overrated
    But I wonder did they think that way back when
    I remember our first night we held on tight
    The world was sweet and simple, let's go back there again

    I've got a blanket and a bottle of wine
    Let's strip it down and see what we might find
    Oh my my be my girl tonight
    I've got a heartache and you've got yours
    Let it all fall on our bedroom floor
    Oh my my be my girl tonight

    No we're not gonna sleep til we get this right
    We can straighten those picture frames come morning light
    Be my girl tonight

    I've got a blanket and a bottle of wine
    Let's strip it down and see what we might find
    Oh my my be my girl tonight
    I've got a heartache and you've got yours
    Let it all fall on our bedroom floor
    Oh my my be my girl tonight
    Oh my my be my girl tonight
    Oh my my won't you be my girl
    Oh my my be my girl Writer/s: Aaron Watson
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, ME GUSTA MUSIC
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